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Schwab Market Perspective: Tenuous Times?

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Mon, 13 May 2013

Key Points US stocks continue to make new highs, yet commodities have struggled and Treasury yields remain low, albeit up from recent near-record lows. Although not the standard playbook, we remain optimistic but acknowledge an equity pullback can occur at any time. Manufacturing data has been soft

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