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The decline in 10-year Treasury yields and mortgage rates is just another rally in the bear market.  The longer uptrend in yields is intact, with higher highs and higher lows

The decline in 10-year Treasury yields and mortgage rates is just another rally in the bear market. The longer uptrend in yields is intact, with higher highs and higher lows

“Nothing goes wrong in a straight line.” This is how functional markets adapt to a new reality: higher inflation, rates. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. There was a lot of talk and hesitation and the Fed kingpin fantasized about the 10-year Treasury yield falling from 4.25% at the end of October to 3.51% at …

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This Week in Pieces: Twitter Speculation Sends Dogecoin Higher, Bitcoin and Ethereum See Green - Decrypt

This Week in Pieces: Twitter Speculation Sends Dogecoin Higher, Bitcoin and Ethereum See Green – Decrypt

This week in parts. Illustration by Mitchell Preffer for Decrypt. If last week was a mixed bag flatness for the largest parts, this week offered the first real signs of gains from the disaster of FTX spiraling into bankruptcy. Bitcoin (BTC) has risen 2.7% in the past seven days and is currently trading at around …

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School history and previous brain damage may be associated with higher risk of frontotemporal dementia – Neuroscience News

Summary: Prior TBI increased the risk of frontotemporal dementia in people without genetic risk factors for FTD. Additionally, researchers have found that people with FTD tend to be less educated than those with Alzheimer’s disease. Source: University of Eastern Finland Two recent studies from the University of Eastern Finland show that school history and previous …

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