With interest rates potentially continuing to rise, bond markets may receive renewed attention from mutual fund investors, according to the Associated Press.

"Right now, investors should be thinking about diversified asset allocation," said Margo Cook, who oversees Bank of New York's $6 billion institutional fixed income division.

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