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Bringing Policy Rates Back To Neutral

Tim Mulholland, President, TJM Limited

19-Jul-19 07:05

Bringing Policy Rates Back To Neutral

01:20 - Tim Mulholland, President of TJM Limited in Chicago tells us why we should stay invested in US markets as the economy is still robust with consumer spending on the uptrend whilst the Fed rate cuts will boost growth. He also weighs in on why oil prices should stay above US$ 60 per barrel despite oncoming supply.


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