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Monday, April 23, 2018After a prolonged period of 10-year bond yields relatively stagnant in the 2.8s earlier this year — while equity markets were setting a wild roller coaster in motion — we now see the 10-year peek its head up near 3% for the first time since the end of 2013. At 2.966%, market participants are beginning to pay close attention here, with a ratcheted-up bond yield signifying things like increased economic inflation, which would likely prompt the Fed to raise interest rates higher, fast