Monday Musings: November 18, 2019

Nov 18, 2019

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Give thanks for nothing new

After several weeks of repeating story lines, there is little investment signal in the news flow this week. The trade war, Brexit, Hong Kong protests, and Presidential impeachment remain unresolved, but there are no meaningful, incremental updates impacting the high-grade fixed income investments. Market participants expect a quiet a week and half leading into the Thanksgiving holiday with a robust new issue calendar (at least compared to the prior year).
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