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                        Major assets are reflecting deepening concerns about the durability of bull run for stocks which will mark its 10th year in about a month.

                        What’s our damage so far?

                        The bullish dynamic for risk assets on Wall Street is beginning to unravel, clearly. Blame it on trade-war fears, at least partly sparked by a May 5 tweet from President Donald Trump, or peg it to worries that the global economy is facing a pronounced slowdown. In any case, major assets are reflecting deepening concerns about the durability of bull run for stocks, which will mark its 10th year in about a month.

                        Here is how the market is setting up:

                        Nasdaq nears correction territory

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                        The Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) stands down 7.6% from its record on May 3. Most market participants view a decline of at least 10% from a recent high as representing a correction. S&P 500 threatens to fall below 200 day.?

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                        The S&P 500 (SPX) is trading at or near its 200-day moving average, at 2,776.04, as of Wednesday afternoon trade. A breach below that point would represent a longer-term bearish momentum shift for the broad-market index. Market technicians tend to view moving averages as the demarcation between bullish and bearish momentum in an asset.

                        Check out: Here’s why stock-market bulls should heed the bond market’s warnings

                        Bonds have trounced stocks

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                        The exchange-traded iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) has gained 4.4% since May 3, compared with a negative 5.5% return for the S&P 500 and a negative 5.2% return for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)

                        Deep inversion

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                        The 10-year Treasury note yield fell below the 3-month note, deepening an inversion of the yield curve, which measures the difference between the yield on the longer-dated Treasury and its shorter-dated counterpart.

                        Such rate inversions are rare because investors tend to demand higher yields for extending loans over a longer period. Therefore when rates invert it is viewed as a signal that an economic recession is in the offing. The 3-month/10-year inversion currently stands at the most severe since 2007.

                        Related video: Bond market just flashed a warning signal for stocks (provided by CNBC)

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                        Other asset moves

                        The small-capitalization Russell 2000 index (RUT) which should be more resilient to trade-war issues but tend to reflect growing domestic slowdown worries, has fallen nearly 7.7% since May 3 and is off more than 14% from its August 31 peak.

                        The Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJT)?is down 9.4% since early May.

                        The Stoxx Europe 600 Index is down 10.5% since its April 15 peak and off 5.1% since early May. Meanwhile, yields on German 10-year bonds a proxy for the health of the European economy, have deepened their slide, yielding negative 0.18% compared with a yield at 0.02% on May 3, before Trump’s tweet storm.

                        In Asia, the Shanghai Composite Index has declined by 5.3%, while China’s benchmark CSI 300 Index? has declined by 6.4% over the same period.

                        Read:Bond-market inversion resembles 1998 — meaning ‘peak risk-off’ for the stock market, says Fundstrat’s Lee

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