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The bond market is creating huge problems for stocks — and investors don't realize how bad it's gotten

An indicator designed to track the speed of credit deterioration flashed a sell signal late last week, according to Leuthold Group. That perfectly preceded an early-week stock selloff that saw the S&P 500 turn in its worst two-day decline since August. The firm argues that investors should be focused on the pace of the ongoing bond selloff, rather than trading levels. Stocks have a bond market problem — and investors may not yet realize how bad it's gotten.
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