GROWTH AND VALUE STOCKS ARE BOTH WEAKENING -- CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY AND TECH SPDRS HAVE FALLEN TO THEIR 200-DAY AVERAGES TO LEAD MARKET LOWER

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GROWTH AND VALUE STOCKS ARE BOTH FALLING... One of the explanations for this week's big selloff is that the upside breakout in bond yields is hurting growth stocks. That's been especially true of consumer discretionary and technology stocks which suffered the biggest losses this month. Chart 1 shows the

Consumer Discretionary SPDR (XLY) falling all the way to its

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