Daily Market Commentary

September 11, 2020

Bonds
The market backdrop is slightly positive, however, this week has been fairly volatile. The fluctuation in risk assets hasn't stopped potential issuers coming to the market and that should hold true on Friday.

Economy
Federal Reserve officials will link interest-rate increases to inflation outcomes when they provide more guidance on the future path of monetary policy, economists said in a Bloomberg survey. They're just not sure when that guidance is coming.

World
Britain recorded strong economic growth in July as coronavirus restrictions eased, but mounting job losses and the risk of a messy Brexit are threatening a turbulent end to the year.

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