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The bull run will continue, says ING economist

Tim Condon says China's trade surplus will continue to put downward pressure on Asian bond yields.
We donÆt think the bull run is overö, says ING chief economist for Asia, Tim Condon, and bond yields, which are at historic lows, will continue to stay that way.

ôTwo years ago, our global outlook for 2006 was as positive as we could ever recall. We said the same last year, and we say the same today,ö he continues.

With a global growth forecast close to 5% this year, Europe and the rest of the world are offsetting any slow-down in US economic performance. For the first time, China is due to displace the US, with an estimated $700 billion contribution to the global economy next year.

China's trade surplus û which Condon...
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