WASHINGTON - Inflation remains tame and shows no signs of threatening the bond market by moving higher in the near future, analysts said yesterday.

Most analysts are sticking to their predictions that the yearend spurt in economic growth will prove short-lived and that the expansion will revert to the subdued pace seen over the last two and a half years. That should mean only mild pressures, and perhaps a slight improvement in inflation as 1994 unfolds.

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