Many investors do not rush to buy the dollar simply because of fears of losing the dollar as the world's reserve currency, many countries throw out dollars. Less payments are made for dollars and more in currency between trading countries.
US economic indicators are blaring, but is it an alarm clock or a fire alarm?
Itís never a good idea to ignore an alarm, whether a fire alarm or your alarm clock in the morning. However, people handle these two types of alerts differently. Most would dash for the exit as soon as they hear a fire alarm. For a wake-up call, some may hit the snooze button. And there are always a handful of people who ignore this alert altogether and regret it in the morning rush.As the US Treasury yield curve continues to flatten, investors are discussing whether a yield curve inversion, where long-term interest rates are lower than short-term interest rates, is a fire alarm screeching to escape risk assets or just a wake-up call to ... (full story)
- Posted: Jul 27, 2018 7:09am
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