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Will Bonds or Stocks Break First?

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Stocks moved between small gains and losses Thursday, with the Dow within 100 points of hitting an all-time closing high, as investors digested a batch of mixed economic reports and following two days of sharp gains.

(Read More: Even in 'Weak Link' February, Rally Continues)

Interestingly enough, U.S. Treasury bonds have rallied right along with stocks. It remains to be seen whether they can continue to rally together, though.

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