Reports of the death of bonds as a hedge against stock nightmares have been greatly exaggerated. In the recent equity sell-off, U.S. Treasurys resurged with a vengeance, bringing with them the decisive return of a relationship investors have counted on for decades: When stocks go down, bonds tend...


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