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U.S. Dollar Price Supported By Bonds Behavior Post Election

What do the mid-term election results mean for the U.S. Dollar price? "I am ever so slightly bearish on the market as this could be a dip that investors could buy. A gridlock is good for the equity market. What is supportive of the U.S. Dollar now is the way the bonds are reacting to the election. If we do not get a slowdown in spending from both the consumer and fiscal, inflation will stay entrenched," says Bob Iaccino.

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09 Nov 2022

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