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What a September Fed Liftoff Risk Means for the Dollar

What a September Fed Liftoff Risk Means for the Dollar

4 Years ago | August 05, 2015 00:00:00

I remember in the original Karate Kid movie where Mr. Miyagi, teaching his pupil Daniel a lesson cleaning his car, told him to “wax on, wax off.”  Maybe someone should tell bi-polar global markets something similar given the mood swings over a September Fed liftoff in interest rates. This has seen markets swing sharply in both directions as odds of a September rate hike gets priced in (wax on), priced out (wax off) and again priced in (wax on). 

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