US gov bonds consolidate into prior breakout levels; time to buy?

Earlier this year (around late February to March), US gov bonds surged as investors feared an economic slowdown. Capital flocked to safety. Government yields nosedived and trillions of bonds went into negative yields (Note: yields move inversely to bond prices).

But after a minor consolidation re...

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