Fueling the surge in riskier and higher yielding emerging market assets, global central bank policies and increasingly aggressive accommodative measures have pushed some $13.4 trillion in developed world global bond yields below zero.

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“As the weeks have gone by it seems like people are settling in to the fact that we are in a very accommodative market from a monetary policy perspective and rates are not going to rise too fast,” KC Nelson, a portfolio manager at Driehaus Capital Management, told the Financial Times.

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