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Fixed-income’s incredible run is finally showing signs of weakening, and it’s not due to a shortage of demand.

For the past few years myriad companies rushed to the bond markets to take advantage of plummeting yields, both adding cheap new debt and re-financing old issues. Yet early into 2013 new supply is tapering off.

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