Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Market Commentary

Rates went up last week as bit of a "pop" in inflation last week in the US cause the bond market to sell off, while an effort by several central banks implemented measures to enhance US Dollar liquidity across the European banking system added to the effect. Despite efforts by the bond market to take rates higher, its overall movement continues to be limited by the uncertainty created by the ongoing fiscal situation in Europe. 

Amy Wilson - Verico Brokers For Life 780-919-0475 amy@brokersforlife.ca
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