(Bloomberg) -- Few on Wall Street can regale tales of yesteryear.

Nowhere is that truer than in the bond market, where a largely uninterrupted 35-year bull run in U.S. Treasuries has become the defining experience for generations of debt traders and investors. For them, double-digit inflation, benchmark interest rates above 6.5%, prolonged capital losses on bonds have only ever been theoretical.

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