15 min

#94: What are Short Rates Telling Us‪?‬ Talking Data

    • Business

Welcome to the latest edition of Talking Data. Our Talking Data series seeks to offer timely insights into macro market themes along with macro data and its impact on the economy and markets.

I am your host Kristen Radosh of Arbor Research and Trading. Our presenters today are Jim Bianco of Bianco Research and Ben Breitholtz of Arbor Data Science.

Today Jim and Ben answer the question, what are short rates telling us?
• How far have rates moved compared to past tightening cycles?
• How are investors reacting?
• Are financial conditions primed to jump? When?

Thank you for joining us today. As a reminder, Arbor Research & Trading is an institutional research and brokerage firm. Our two most prominent research offerings are Bianco Research & Arbor Data Science.

For further information on Arbor Research, Bianco Research and Arbor Data Science, please contact Gus Handler at gus.handler@arborresearch.com.

Welcome to the latest edition of Talking Data. Our Talking Data series seeks to offer timely insights into macro market themes along with macro data and its impact on the economy and markets.

I am your host Kristen Radosh of Arbor Research and Trading. Our presenters today are Jim Bianco of Bianco Research and Ben Breitholtz of Arbor Data Science.

Today Jim and Ben answer the question, what are short rates telling us?
• How far have rates moved compared to past tightening cycles?
• How are investors reacting?
• Are financial conditions primed to jump? When?

Thank you for joining us today. As a reminder, Arbor Research & Trading is an institutional research and brokerage firm. Our two most prominent research offerings are Bianco Research & Arbor Data Science.

For further information on Arbor Research, Bianco Research and Arbor Data Science, please contact Gus Handler at gus.handler@arborresearch.com.

15 min

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