Currency Updates

Dollar retreats as major bond market sell off rolls on


he spotlight in world financial markets remains squarely on the major correction under way in fixed income markets. The US 10 year treasury yields now nearly 0.50% more than it did at the beginning of the month, when a buying panic at the prospect of endless central bank accommodation brought it below 1.5%

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Enrique Díaz-Álvarez


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