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United States: Selling prices of homes have failed to keep pace with list prices.
Commodities: Only 35% of commodities are producing year-over-year gains at the moment.
Credit: Private-equity-backed high-yield bond issuance has been robust.
More Chapter 11 filings ahead?
Rates: This chart shows the divergence between Treasury yields and inflation expectations. The widening gap has pushed real yields deep into negative territory.
Global Developments: This chart shows the performance of various asset classes and investment factors during prior periods of dollar weakness.
Food For Thought: US public school employment:
Edited by Devon Lall
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