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10yr

Sitting on a moving average…and moving higher.

If as reported [correctly] there has been a rotation back into bonds, then a rising yield will be creating losses to those positions. With QE being dialed back, there is less opportunity for the Fed to control or influence that yield.

At what point [yield] does the bond market become a catalyst for lower stock prices?

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