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Stock market crash? No, but rising bond yields are sparking a nerve-racking rotation below the surface

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MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE

Despite the hashtags, the stock market is far from “crash” territory, as anyone with a working memory of last year's pandemic-inspired selloff would recall. But a rotation away from the market's recent leaders does appear to be under way. See full story.

Powell says current policy appropriate even as bond market turmoil has caught his eye

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