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What happens to bonds after the third rate cut?

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Yields were flat to higher in the weeks following the third cut. The yield curve was generally flatter up to nine months later. But in the three cases when the Fed stopped easing after three cuts, yields were substantially higher and the curve was notably flatter.

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