* U.S. 10-year Treasury yield highest since mid-June 

  * MSCI All Country World dips for third day 

  * U.S. stock indices fall 

  * Gold prices decline 

  * Brent crude dips after topping $80 per barrel 

  By Matt Scuffham 

  NEW YORK, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Global shares fell for a third successive day on Tuesday, with tech stocks plummeting, as anxiety over when central banks might raise interest rates led to rising bond yields on both sides of the Atlantic. 

  U.S. Treasuries extended their sell-off into a fourth day with the 10-year yield reaching a level last seen in mid-June. 

  The prospect of rising cash rates and the risk of inflation proving less transitory than expected took two-year yields to 18-month highs. European bond yields soared too. 

  U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers last week projected policymakers are ready to raise rates in 2022 and that the bank is likely to begin reducing its monthly bond…

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