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The Markets

There was a gapers’ block in financial markets last week as equity investors slowed to see what the United States Treasury bond market was up to

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The Markets

There was a gapers’ block in financial markets last week as equity investors slowed to see what the United States Treasury bond market was up to

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The Markets

What begins with the letter “I”?

Infrastructure is essential and sometimes taken for granted. Pipes carry drinking water to our homes, offices

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The Markets

Is that a hawk?

The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee (FOMC) met last week. They get together eight times a year to review current

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What you need to know about accelerated underwriting and drop ticket applications!

Technology and carrier advances in underwriting over the past few years

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The Markets

It’s transitory. It’s not transitory. It’s transitory. It’s not transitory.

Media analysts were plucking the inflation daisy petals last week

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The Markets

The world is about halfway back to normal.

The Economist developed the Global Normalcy Index (GNI) to measure the post-pandemic return to

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The Markets

Pulling the economy out of the shed.

If you’ve ever stored tools or machinery in a shed or garage for an extended period of time, you know

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The Markets

Are we at a tipping point?

One side effect of the pandemic was a collapse in demand for oil, which led to “the largest revision to the value

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The Markets

What do markets hate?

They hate uncertainty, and recently there has been plenty of it. Some of the questions plaguing economists and pundits

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The Markets

Uncle Inflation is here. Will he overstay his welcome?

Ever since the financial crisis, central banks have pursued expansionary monetary

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