A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse
A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse

Record low rates are here to stay regardless who sits in the Oval Office. Will that keep markets pumping in the age of Covid-19?

  • A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said
  • Central bankers unlikely to tap the brakes until there is a sign of a more persistent economic recovery globally

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A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse
A short-term pullback in stocks is possible despite historically low interest rates as investors digest the US election, analysts said. Illustration: Perry Tse
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