CNBC Squawk Box Europe: Cole Smead, CFA on Rising Bond Yield Potential

Investors not prepared for rising bond yield potential, says Cole Smead

Hosted by Steve Sedgwick For more information go to www.cnbc.com. Stocks mentioned: MAC, SPG

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