### Elaborate the decision of investing in bond market

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Discuss and elaborate the decision of investing in bond market based on the forecast of interest rate. What will you do if you expect long-term interest rate to increase in the near future? When will you prefer to invest in if you expect that the spread between corporate and government bonds to widen?

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