What Last Week's Nonfarm Payrolls Tells Us About Interest Rates

The story of the summer in the financial sector has been interest rates. Reading the tea leaves in last week's jobs report indicates that loose monetary policy, Quantitative Easing, and low interest rates are here to stay. For now.

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