The US government appeared to take a shot at Tesla after the company touted the Model 3’s safety features

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said in a statement on Tuesday that it does not evaluate vehicle safety beyond its star rating system — an apparent response to Tesla’s claim that its Model 3 sedan gives occupants a lower probability of receiving a serious injury in a crash than any other vehicle tested…

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Government Bond Yields Climbed in 2nd Quarter on Trade Tensions, Slower Growth

The yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note rose for the fourth straight quarter, briefly topping 3% before concerns about mounting trade tensions and slower global growth drove investors to the relative safety of government debt. Signs that inflation could accelerate, continued job gains for U.S. workers and speculation that the Federal Reserve could…

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