Investors are wary after a brutal two months. They’re skeptical of presidential pronouncements regarding the trade war with China. They’re unconvinced the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will be smooth and orderly. And they’re anxious over a Federal Reserve seemingly determined to continue to raise interest rates.
Investors are wary after a brutal two months. They’re skeptical of presidential pronouncements regarding the trade war with China. They’re unconvinced the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will be smooth and orderly. And they’re anxious over a Federal Reserve seemingly determined to continue to raise interest rates. Mark Lennihan AP file | July 16, 2013
Investors are wary after a brutal two months. They’re skeptical of presidential pronouncements regarding the trade war with China. They’re unconvinced the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will be smooth and orderly. And they’re anxious over a Federal Reserve seemingly determined to continue to raise interest rates. Mark Lennihan AP file | July 16, 2013