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Emerging Market Slowing Doesn’t Mean It’s Time to Bail Out



Imagine you’re aboard a flight that’s on its final approach into the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India. For most of the flight, the plane, a 787, has been traveling at about 903 km/hour (that’s around 560 miles/hour). As the flight attendants collect that last few plastic…

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Confessions from the Trading Desk: Coming Attractions…September Won’t Be Boring



For those involved in trading the fixed income markets, August is usually one of the more mundane months.  Issuance of new corporate debt slows down significantly since many global investment professionals are on vacation, forced two-week leaves, or holidays, which results in liquidity that is…

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