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Wider yield gap: lessons from the past

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1 years 19 days ago (03 Jul 2018)  |  

In the US, continued growth, higher inflation and a loose fiscal policy provide the backdrop for rising interest rates. Such developments echo the mid-1990s, when the dollar strengthened and emerging economies came under pressure. Our QMR takes a look at the widening of the yield gap.

Also featured in the Q3 edition of Insight is a new model for Europe, perception and reality for China's trade as well as a spotlight on whether new inventions will boost productivity.


Click here to read the full Q3 2018 Market Insight


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