Bonds get boost from slowing economy, receding inflation

Treasury-bond yields are at their lowest levels in months, spurred by a slowing economy and receding inflation, The Wall Street Journal reports. "I think the story of this [past three months] has basically been the hard landing in housing," one corporate-bond portfolio manager says. "That's become apparent to investors, and led to a rally in the bond market as people have realized slow growth is very likely."

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