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Mideast crisis keeps bond market stuck - CNNMoney

Mideast crisis keeps bond market stuck
And until there is some resolution of Middle East geopolitical tensions, Treasury yields will likely stay stuck. "What has us in neutral right now is this unrest in the Middle East, which seems to be spreading from country to country," said James ...
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