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Markets Flirt with All-Time Highs after Jackson Hole.

Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BoA Private Wealth Management, New York

30-Aug-16 07:05

Markets Flirt with All-Time Highs after Jackson Hole.

Apart from the Jackson Hole jaw-fest, there have been fundamental signs of growth and better than expected earnings in the US. However, billionaire-investor Jim Rogers is taking a contrarian view, and is bracing for the US to crash. The market is also pricing in a split Congress, potentially leading to a gridlock and interest rate decisions to put on hold.


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Tags:  US elections 2016Hilary ClintonFiscal Policymonetary policyJackson HoleJim RogersFOMCEconomy, Markets


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