Friday, October 30, 2015

Record levels of cash flocking to the U.S.

Global capital flows from Europe and emerging markets to the United States continue without interruption. The Fed, looking to skirt blaming for causing a US stock bubble, will raise rates eventually. Liftoff will intensify flight of capital flows as the carry trade within Europe and emerging market currencies unwinds with force and unpleasant consequences. The majority of the public, followers of easy explanations below, remains obvious to the unwinding but also its consequences.

Headline: Record levels of cash flocking to the U.S.

A record breaking amount of cash is flocking to the United States.

Foreign direct investment into the U.S. hit $200 billion in the first half of 2015, a record high according to a report published Thursday by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).



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