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It used to that 10-year Treasurys would never fall through 3%. Now, with the yield straddling 2%...
It used to that 10-year Treasurys would never fall through 3%. Now, with the yield straddling 2% for weeks, John Lonski of Moody's says the 10-year isn't pushing above 3% anytime soon. He expects the downside risks to the economy are great enough to push the yield down to 1.5% within the next six months.
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