Financial market participants will be pulled in several directions this week as January turns into February. Political developments in North Africa and the Middle East are likely to be top of mind this week and serve as a reminder that geopolitics are never …….
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The multi-decade-long rally in U.S. Treasury bonds may be coming to an end as overnight rates approach zero and other yields across the curve test their lower bounds. Beginning with Paul Volcker’s declaration of war on inflation as Fed Chairman in the early Regan years, and…..
Last Friday, January 28, the S&P 500 lost nearly 2% as it suffered its biggest down day since August 11, 2010. The decline was triggered by escalating protests in Egypt that were fueled by soaring prices, sagging employment, and social media. In addition……
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