ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Tea- Breaking Free

sharply. After that fall, interest rates were probably not expected to fall very much further. As such, capital gains possibilities through bond purchases have declined, and bonds have become relatively unattractive to investors. There has, on the other hand, been a spurt in stock prices, reflected for instance in the sharp rise of the Dow Jones Index of stock prices on the New York stock exchange. How long this may be expected to continue is of course a moot point, The yields on the stock exchange arc currently low and only the prospects of capital gains can keep money there.

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