Developed-markets equities are seeing inflows after “aggressive” outflows in the first week of February, RBS analysts said in a report dated Friday.
The emerging-markets asset class also saw smaller outflows compared to the end of January/early-February period, but both equity and fixed income funds for the asset class remain firmly in the red, as they have been for 12 consecutive weeks, the analysts said.
“I think when you read those transcripts you’ll get a sense of how we were thinking about the financial sector and its stress and its problems, as well as how that was influencing and spilling over into the economy,” Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart said this week.
The Federal Reserve on Friday released transcripts from the 2008 Federal Open Market Committee meetings
Do we had WhatsApp and FB in 1929?
No crash in 2014,
It is NOT 1929
Congrats to all who bought the dips
AAPL is now in the process of increasing back toward longer-term resistance levels.
It is in the middle of its channel, but it does have room to increase.