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Stocks, Bonds Have Stumbled; Which is Better Bargain?

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By Dan Weil The S&P; 500 has a negative return of 22% so far this year, and the Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate bond index has slid 11%. Both stocks and bonds have tumbled in recent months amid rampant inflation and interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve. The S&P 500 has suffered a negative total return of 22% so far this year, and the Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Total Return bond index has slid 11%. So for investors who have cash they want to put to work, which represents a better bargain, stocks or bonds? The Street asked five experts, and their responses were mixed. Three said equities, one s…

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