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5 More Dividend Stocks That Just Got Trumped by Treasuries

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money signThough bond yields didn’t jump as much last month as they did in June, interest rates are still on the rise.

The yield on ten-year treasuries was cranked up from 2.5% at the end of June to 2.6% at the end of July. It’s a small move in terms of basis points, but that small move still trumped another batch of dividend paying stock that had been yielding somewhere between those two rates.

Here are the five stocks investors need to be most worried about now that interest rates are a tad higher. Note that each has problems above and beyond unimpressive yields — the rise in bond yields is just the proverbial last straw.

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