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Junk Bond Losses Could Be Painful

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A brief respite. The 10-year Treasury yield was up one basis point in midday trading, and the dollar has climbed 0.1% against major currencies. Now that traders have gotten a break from U.S. Treasury market pressure, it seems they have remembered that the U.K. is getting closer to a deal to leave the European Union-the pound is the weakest of major currencies against the dollar, down 0.5% according to Bloomberg. Here's more of what's happening in the world of bonds and FX.

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