central banks

The central bank shows it is serious in its intention to take control of London's lucrative business.
The only sensible thing is for the Fed to sell bonds into the market now, while it is still very strong.
The situation isn't temporary.
If the Fed keeps hiking, it will damage valuations, economic growth or both.
But investors should not worry about the end of the business cycle, as defaults are low, says fund manager.
But things aren't as bad as the bond market says.
Look at what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do for a blueprint of what could be coming at a central bank near you.
Banks, tech and healthcare are all seeing renewed buying.
It's the one-year anniversary of the Brexit vote.
Global central bankers have taken the world of global finance down a perilous path.

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