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That monetary policy gap has closed somewhat. The Fed is expected to increase rates slowly, and Japan and Europe have limited room to lower their already-negative rates. The reality is that many of the forces restraining growth and suppressing yields internationally are present in the U.S. as well, bringing policies around the world closer.