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Recently the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield fell to its lowest level since October 2017, with the recent rising trade tensions and global uncertain surrounding markets. As a result, six S&P 500 sectors now offer comparable or higher yields than the federally issued bond’s 2.32% return, namely, the financials, with a 2.22% yield; the materials, with a 2.30% yield; the consumer staples, with a 2.91% yield; real […]
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