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Summertime and the Central Banks Are Easy

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Wed, 16 Jul 2014

Highlights Summertime and the Central Banks are Easy. Summertime brings many pleasures,and this evocative song from Porgy and Bess appears to sum up the mood in the market. Volatility across all financial markets stands at or near post-crisis lows. In fixed income, low volatility is met with tight

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