Will surging bond yields stop the Fed’s rate-hiking campaign? With all the uncertainty in the world, markets have digested that no one knows when the gloom will fade. Mark and Jason discuss the significant changes felt this past week and what it means moving forward.
In this week’s edition, we discuss:
1. Will 10 yr. Treasury rates push through 5%?
2. The weaker home sales report and what that could mean for housing prices
3. Hot spending, cold savings. How Americans are burning through savings
4. China, a once-emerging economy, is showing major cracks
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