‘The bond market is not yet prepared’ — here’s what a Wall Street veteran fears

‘The bond market is not yet prepared’ — here’s what a Wall Street veteran fears
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As the signals from the Federal Reserve become louder and louder that interest rates will be hiked next year, the question for markets becomes less about when and more about, how high. “In essence, a secular decline in inflation has mitigated the need for monetary policy makers to lift official interest rates as much as previous business cycles,” said Joe LaVorgna, the chief economist of the Americas for Natixis Corporate and Investment Banking, who also was chief economist for the White House National Economic Council in the latter days of the Trump administration.

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