(Bloomberg) -- When it comes to the ability of the U.S. government to finance itself in the bond market, this year will go down as as one of the best on record -- and dealers say 2015 will be no different.

The smallest budget deficit since 2008, a soaring dollar and yields on Treasuries that are higher than more than a dozen other developed nations in Europe and Asia will probably combine to bolster demand at U.S. debt auctions. That’s even after the Federal Reserve ended its bond buying in October.

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