Tag Archives: united states dollar


Bond Yields to Slide for Rest of Year Amid Trade Turmoil, Morgan Stanley Says

Trade tensions may be wreaking havoc on the stock market, but the volatility is providing a great opportunity to invest in bonds according to Morgan Stanley (MS) . The U.S. 10-year Treasury yield has already peaked for the year according Morgan Stanley global head of interest-rate strategy Matthew Hornbach. The U.S.’ trade tensions and strengthening


Wall Street Poised for Rebound, But Volatility Keeps Global Markets Cautious

U.S. stocks could open firmly higher Friday, according to early futures prices, but with government bond yields and volatility gauges still elevated, investors in Europe and Asia remained cautious the echo from last night’s 1,000 point plunge for the Dow Jones Industrial Average echoed across global markets. Early indications from U.S. futures prices suggest a


The U.S. Dollar Will Be Significantly Less Relevant in the Future

Did you ever hear the parable about the frog and the pot of boiling water? If you throw a frog into boiling water, it immediately jumps out (or so the saying goes). But if you place a frog in regularwater and slowly bring up the temperature, the poor thing will swim around calmly until it