How Will Bonds Fair in Trump's First 100 Days in Charge?

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Nov.25 -- U.S. Treasury yields are poised to keep rising and that will mean more pain for emerging markets, according to Amundi Asset Management. The U.S. 10-year note yield may climb as high as 3 percent sometime in the first quarter, from the current level of 2.38 percent, said Eric Brard, global head of fixed income at Amundi, which oversees about $1.1 trillion. Global bonds have tumbled $2.06 trillion in value since Donald Trump’s unexpected election victory on Nov. 8 amid concern his plans to boost spending will push up inflation. Investec Wealth & Investment Head of Fixed Income Darren Ruane discusses with Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."