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Jan 08 2015

U.S. Interest Rates And Credits—Expect The Unexpected

  • Jan 8, 2015

We expect much higher volatility in interest rates this year as the market grapples with the prospect and timing of the Fed’s first rate hike.  Our base case is for the Fed to raise rates in the third quarter. There are various reasons for the Fed to be patient. Inflation will be the biggest one.  The threat of oil-related risk contagion is certainly real. We are concerned that equities have not fully priced in this threat.  


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Chun Wang / Sr. Research Analyst & Co-Portfolio Manager