by Cynthia Harrington

Advisors and investors were whipsawed with the markets as Treasury prices plummeted and rates jumped in recent weeks. After falling all the way to 3.07 percent on June 13, U.S. 10-year yields soared to 4.57 percent. The rapid moves forced the question of whether a new investing phase had begun or if this was just a spike in the gradual downward trend of rates.

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