Beware the $500 Billion Bond Exodus

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Farewell, Ireland: It looks like corporate America will eventually create that cash home. For years, the likes of rewritecould move that into reverse. The deductions for the financial markets are huge. The great on-shoring could spur multinationals — which have parked often of their overseas gains in Treasuries and U.S. investment-grade corporate debt — to […]

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From Bitcoin to Belize, Here Are Best and Worst Assets of 2017

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It was a great year to prop bitcoin, but a bad time to have been invested in the Uzbek soum. As 2017 gusts to a end, a look at the winners and losers around the globe would point out that, broadly speaking, the riskiest assets acted well, with buoyant sentimentality on display in stocks, emerging-market […]

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The Age of Easy Money Is Nearly Over

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After a decade of inundating economies with money, key central bank next year will eventually start forming off the tap. Since the financial crisis, they’ve kept interest rates near zero and some have bought trillions of dollars in governments corporate attachments. The hypothesi was that low-spirited rates would encourage expend by businesses and consumers. Although […]

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