For the second consecutive month, bonds dropped worldwide in June, while stocks declined as the Federal Reserve indicated a plan to withdraw stimulus. "The market had been pricing in that the Fed would normalize rates much more slowly than it has done historically, and clearly the market was taken aback," said Binky Chadha, chief global strategist at Deutsche Bank. "That shock has spilled over across all of the asset classes. Everything is down."

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