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Financial Markets See Extreme Price Volatility Amid U.S. China Confrontation

Financial Markets See Extreme Price Volatility Amid U.S. China Confrontation

2 Years ago | April 08, 2018 00:00:00

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


Financial Markets In A Period Of VolatilityExtreme price fluctuations, mainly in U.S. equity markets, have been having impacts elsewhere for the past few weeks. A flight of funds in and out of stocks and into fixed income markets has seen the yield on the U.S. 10-yr note dip to as low as the 2.72% area just after the markets had been starting to gird for the yield on that instrument to take out the benchmark 3.00% level. Upsetting the financial markets has been a threat of a trade war instigated by the U.S. against China due to what is perceived to b

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