Thursday June 17, 2010
By Deborah Levine
U.S. Treasurys rose on Wednesday, sending yields lower, after data showing a drop in home building and falling producer prices renewed concerns about the economy’s ability to recover at the pace investors seem to expect.
“We’ll have some growth but it will be very slow,” said radio host Keith Springer, and Springer Financial Advisors President. The data add to his outlook for a “continuation of a ‘slog-through-the-mud economy.'”
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