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AEGIS Factor Matrices: Most important variables affecting interest rates

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By September 18, 2020 No Comments
Interest Rate Factors, updated September 18, 2020

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Consumer Spending. Retail sales climbed in August, but the increase was smaller than in previous months, prompting concerns of a recovery that is slowing downThe large gains in consumer spending achieved by reopening a shuttered economy are behind us, and the downside risk of slower growth is emerging. Consumer spending on goods has been bouncing back from its steep pandemic drop, while spending on services remain impaired. Consumer Spending has been shifted slightly left as it currently is less of an influence toward higher interest rates. 

We continue to monitor oil, gas, NGLs, regional markets, jet fuel, and interest rates for hedging opportunities. To learn more and see AEGIS opinion and recommendations, go to AEGIS View publications, or contact info@aegis-energy.com. Like what you see? Share this article with the button on the bottom right of your desktop. Market questions or comments? Contact us at view@aegis-energy.com

 

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