NEW YORK, March 22- The spread between three-month Treasury bills and 10- year note yields inverted for the first time since 2007 on Friday and stocks around the world fell after soft U.S. and European data fueled fears of a global economic slowdown following this week's dovish turn by the U.S. This was after German 10- year bond yields dived below zero for the...
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Iain Stealey of J.P. Morgan Asset Management explains why he says fixed income could do well in 2019 and discusses opportunities in emerging markets.
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