Worries over the 10-year Treasury yield have gripped the stock market so far this year. 

On April 24, the yield hit 3% for the first time in four years, sending the S&P 500 down 1.3%. The stock market recovered in the following days.

As the 10-year Treasury yield rises, it makes stocks less attractive, according to Kristina Hooper, chief global market strategist at Invesco.

Hooper was a panelist on TheStreet's June Trading Strategies roundtable.

To watch the entire Trading Strategies roundtable click here.

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