Yield Fears Are Driving Stocks, And That's Bad for Gold

Traders are pricing in future volatility expectations in the S&P 500 based in large part on movements in 10-year Treasury yields. When the correlation between the VIX and yields has been as high as it is now, stocks wobbled, but gold tended to fare even worse.

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