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230 years of Data Show Rates Will Soon Hit 0.50%

230 years of Data Show Rates Will Soon Hit 0.50%

  While everyone has been concerned about the sell off in the stock market in the past two weeks, this decline should be contrasted with the rapid rise in the price of government bonds.  For the first time in history, the yield on the 10-year government bond fell...

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The Spanish Flu and the Stock Market: The Pandemic of 1919

The Spanish Flu and the Stock Market: The Pandemic of 1919

  Everyone is concerned about the coronavirus and how it is impacting the global economy.  Parts of China have been quarantined to prevent the spread of the virus and the world is wondering how the virus will disrupt supply chains between China and the rest of...

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