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Tariffs take the cake in fed debate

By Bloomberg
01 September 2019   |   9:43 am
Central bankers from around the world gathered in Jackson Hole against a backdrop of recession fears and escalating trade tensions. Risk assets sold off after China announced retaliatory tariffs right as comments emerged from Fed Chairman Jay Powell Out of Wyoming. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz sat down with Voya’s Matt Toms, Aberdeen’s Luke Hickmore and Jim Keegan of Seix Investments to discuss just how low treasury yields could go and whether the trade war would last longer than a boost from a fed rate cut.

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