Yields May Not Be at Highs, BlackRock’s Rieder Says

Yields may not be at highs, blackrock's rieder says

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Yields May Not Be at Highs, BlackRock’s Rieder Says” – below is their description.

BlackRock CIO of Fixed Income Rick Rieder says bond yields are at the upper end of a range and rate volatility at the longer end of the curve will start to come down. He speaks during an interview with Jonathan Ferro on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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