Bonds are supposed to be boring. Stocks are supposed to beexciting. This year, the opposite is true.

While U.S. stocks have held remarkably steady in 2015,longer-dated Treasuries have been jumping all over the place,posting some of the biggest back-to-back gains and losses on recordas the Federal Reserve talks about raising interestrates and European leaders duke it out over a bailout forGreece.

The trend is wearing thin on some of those bond investors whosought out a traditionally safe place to park their money. Theyyanked US$327 million from exchange-traded funds focused on thislonger-dated debt in the past week alone, and $1.4 billionyear-to-date, Bloomberg data show.

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