The S&P 500 fell to its lowest point in more than a year Monday as last week's selloff retained all of its momentum and bled into just about anything that trades.
Interest-rate fears continued be the selloff's primary driver. The 10-year Treasury briefly touched 3.2% today and, even after pulling back to 3.06%, sits around levels last seen in 2018.
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"Interest rates are a hammer, not a scalpel – they are blunt tools designed to move slowly...
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