Daily Market Commentary

September 14, 2020

Treasuries are little changed in light volumes as early demand in long-end quickly dissipates.

For four decades, the Federal Reserve kept up its guard on inflation, beating it back even when it whispered a threat. To fix the problem, Chair Jerome Powell now says the Fed will let inflation overshoot its 2% target and not tighten rates when unemployment falls.

China and the European Union will step up efforts to reach an investment deal this year, the official Chinese news service Xinhua reported, underscoring the importance both sides attach to their financial relationship.

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