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The Tell: How stocks, bonds and other investments in 46 categories should perform over the next 10 years, according to BNY Mellon


The next 10 years are set to produce moderately higher returns for U.S. stocks, fixed income, and some alternative investments than expected a year ago, according to BNY Mellon.

That’s because the global economy is settling into a somewhat different environment — one in which signs of easing inflation are gaining traction across many countries. The U.S. also appears well-suited to thrive on a burst of technological development, while bond investors stand to benefit from some of the highest yields in more than a decade.

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