ECB Expected to Keep Rates on Hold Ahead of Summer Break

According to James Nixon of Oxford Economics, the European Central Bank wouldn’t want to trigger a spike in the euro and another sell-off in the fixed income markets. To watch the full market commentary, click below: Related: ClearShares Adds Alternative Bond ETF for Rising Rates For more...
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