10-year yield punches through key 3%, but there's a level that could be even scarier for stocks

The closely watched 10-year Treasury yield pushed through the psychological 3% level for the first time since 2018 on Monday, but strategists say there's another slightly higher level that could be an even bigger test for the stock market.

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