Investors should get used to U.S. Treasury yields rising toward 4 percent as the 30-year bull market in bonds comes to an end, according to Jim O’Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist Jim O’Neill, who bound Brazil to Russia, India and China to form the BRIC investing strategy, will retire this year.
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