Weekly Price Change May 27-June 2, 2017
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The US central bank began talking about raising interest rates in Apr-2014. In the four years since, the rate has been increased three times by a total of just 0.75%, despite no signs of inflation either prior to or after the increases. Yields for US 10 year bonds are still at essentially at the same level as in Aug-2011 a period of nearly 6 years. More talk than action from the US central bank has had little impact are actual market interest rates, but have made the US dollar expensive.
This week's economic review focuses on the longer term value trend for the US dollar, the US stock market and 10 year US bond yields to identify why a weaker US dollar policy could lie ahead and the benefits this would bring.
Updates include H&R REIT(HR.UN), BCE Inc. (BCE), Telus Corp. (T), Medical Facilities Corp. (DR) and comparative price change data for preferred shares.
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