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Why Markets Trade on Expectations

Why Markets Trade on Expectations

6 Years ago | March 20, 2014 00:00:00

Markets have always traded on expectations and discounted future events. This is especially true in the current world of very low interest rates where there has been little chance of central banks hiking interest rates and the focus has been mainly on policy measures designed to increase liquidity (e.g. quantitative easing). Well, the end of this era of near zero interest rates appears to be coming on the horizon and this has made markets highly sensitive to any shifts in expectations over the timing of changes in monetary policy.

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