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Leading indicator

29 May 2019 By Tom Buerkle

U.S. Treasury yields have fallen over a quarter point in a month, equivalent to a central bank easing. Blame trade worries plus structural factors like weak inflation and negative rates overseas. Fed rate cuts are never a one-off; this market-led one is unlikely to be different.

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