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Markets Dealing With Extreme Turmoil

Markets Dealing With Extreme Turmoil

2 Years ago | February 11, 2018 00:00:00

John M. Bland, MBA, co-founder, Global-View.com


Equity Markets Volatile As Prices Correct Following an extended period with no correction, share markets finally paused after fixed income markets started to worry about rising market interest rates in the U.S. as expectations for a rising U.S. budget deficit mount. The benchmark 10-yr bond yield has decisively broken out of its previous well- worn 2.70%-2.80% fluctuation range to a new level supported at 2.80%. Late this week the 2.90% level was approached and many fell that the 3.00% line will be seen fairly soon.

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