November 28th @ 1:18 PM GMT
Yahoo! The consensus, broadly, is that the 35-year bull market in bonds is over, inflation is back, central banks are maxed out, and for the first time in a decade any stimulus to the global economy will now come from governments. The implications for markets appear to be further increases in bond yields, developed world stocks and the dollar, while emerging market currencies, stocks and bonds are expected to struggle under the weight of higher U.S. bond yields. In equities, developed markets are ... (Business)
November 28th @ 3:03 PM GMT
Yahoo! European Central Bank head Mario Draghi is indicating that the bank will look for ways to maintain the current level of monetary stimulus at a key Dec. 8 meeting. (World)
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