Supply won’t save us

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Supply won’t save us

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Such uncertainty incentivised companies to build supply buffers, even in the face of lower projected demand.

The Fed doesn’t want to tighten the economy into a recession, but unless inflation starts cooling down fast, it’s prepared to do so.

In Tuesday’s discussion of the bond market, Rob compared the yield on the two-year Treasury bond with the yield on the HYG ETF, and quoted the yield on the latter as 5.2 per cent.

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Author / Journalist: Robert Armstrong

Category: MarketsFinanceInvesting

Topics: Inflation Demand Yield Growth Cent Supply Time Portfolio Debt

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Published On: 2022-06-23, 05:30:21

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Language: English

Reading Time: 9 minutes read

Article Length: 1582 words

Coverage Area: United States

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