Negative Rates: How a SEC Rule is Forcing a Fed Bailout of Money Markets

In today’s show, you will learn why the Federal Reserve is being forced to bail out money markets due to a 2016 SEC rule in an attempt to prevent money market rates from going negative, how the global services sector is showing signs of peaking, and how Treasury yields are telling the labor market the number of available jobs is about to decrease.

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