In true October fashion, both equity and bond markets recently plunged. US President Trump quickly said the US Federal Reserve (Fed) is hiking rates too fast, hurting growth. The IMF quickly answered: the Fed’s hikes are legitimate. Who’s right?
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Global bond markets reacted sharply to Wednesday’s release of US Services data, which struck its best mark in 21 years: US 10-year yields spiked to 3.2%, the highest since 2011, while the dollar reversed a gloomy September to recover its August level. The usually less reactive 30-year Treasury yields surged, leading some investors such as M&G fund manager Richard Woolnough to argue that the mar… Read the article