Sometimes bonds go up and stocks down (rectangle as in 2010).
Or stocks go up and bonds down (circle as in 2013 and 2017).
The rest of the time they tend to move up and down together (now).
So there's nothing new in the relationship today. All that's happening is that stocks are adjusting to a higher growth phase.
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