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In a chart, the stock market goes “squirrel” when bond yields exceed 3%. This may be the reason.

Investors get nervous when the 10-year Treasury yield exceeds 3%. A look at corporate debt explains why, says DataTrek’s Nicholas Colas.

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https://www.marketwatch.com/latest-news In a chart, the stock market goes “squirrel” when bond yields exceed 3%. This may be the reason.

Brian Lowry

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