Investors believe the Fed will hike interest rates again

The possibility of a US recession is diminishing, and the Federal Reserve is on track to hike interest rates twice a year for the foreseeable future that’s according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s most recent US Credit Investor Survey.

Charles Biderman: Negative interest rates are a total disaster

Bank of America’s credit survey gives an interesting insight into the world of the bank’s credit clients. The report can also be used as a broad indicator of credit investor sentiment, and therefore . . .

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