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And don't miss Marcus Ashworth on a bad sign for U.S. bonds: "The bad times are back for U.S. bonds, and it's not just a matter of inflation fears combining with fiscal profligacy. There is a third source of pain from an outside source: Japan. Japanese holders of Treasuries are having a rough time, getting hit by a double whammy of rising yields and a persistently weak dollar. And it looks like from the recent flow of funds data they've had enough -- their 866 billion yen ($8 billion) of sales last week was the first net weekly sale this calendar year. Confirmation of the trend may come on Friday, when the Ministry of Finance publishes the latest data. "
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Max Nisen is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering biotech, pharma and health care. He previously wrote about management and corporate strategy for Quartz and Business Insider.
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