Inaction on rates is making investors nervous

September 2015
Money Marketing;9/24/2015, Issue 1502, p28
The article discusses China's transition from an investment-driven economy to one of reliance on domestic demand. It mentioned about U.S. shale production and trading of oil in a lower, tighter range for longer between 45 dollar and 60 dollar a barrel. Topics discussed includes China's action over an interest rate rise, downward movement in bond yields and Great Britain equity market.


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