Fixed income, rates & currency: defying historical norms

Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis

Another US jobs report comes in ­significantly above consensus. Its across-the-board strength, upward revisions to previous reports, and an unemployment rate at the lowest level since 1963, may indicate that the economy is not quite as near recession as previously surmised. And with inflation still rising, albeit slightly less fast than expected, the outlook remains cloudy.

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