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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Yields May Not Be at Highs, BlackRock's Rieder Says published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
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."