Recent volatility in US bond markets have some analysts searching for signs of an impending recession. Treasury yields, however, have become disconnected from the broader US economy, and equity investors, businesses and consumers don't appear pessimistic.
Not Your Parent's Oil Shock The September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities briefly raised fears of a crippling oil shock like the 1973 OPEC embargo. These reactions, however, don't reflect the current environment, considering most countries have a lot more oil sitting in strategic reserves and the US is now the largest oil producer in the world. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE
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