Steepening the yield curve

John Graham of Rogge Global Partners explains why the yield curve has been so flat.

Rogge Global Partners is a fixed-income specialist dedicated to serving institutional investors. Founded in 1984, it has offices in London and Connecticut and now manages $11 billion. John Graham, partner, is a former head of multi-currency portfolio management at JPMorgan. A US native, he is based in London.

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