The bond market sell-off continues in the wake of the U.S. presidential election. Will yields continue to rise? Russ Koesterich of BlackRock offers analysis on whether this is a temporary or a long lasting phenomenon. Despite the market’s recent surprising behavior, it doesn’t make a recession more likely. That’s according to Jeffrey Kleintop of Schwab, who tells investors how to make sense of recent developments. The Affordable Care Act is facing a possible repeal from the incoming administration. Georgia Representative Tom Price has been a fierce critic of the ACA and discusses his ideas on health care insurance on NPR.

Yes, The Bond Selloff Can Continue– The unexpected outcome and potential consequences of the U.S. presidential election continue to shake financial markets. Nowhere is this more evident than in the U.S. bond market. Russ Koesterich of BlackRock believes that over the long term the rise in yields will continue. Read more…

Happy Unrecession: The Alice In Wonderland Economy–  Investors have been confronted by odd, upside-down and seemingly illogical developments such as negative interest rates where lenders pay borrowers and rising stock prices while corporate profits fall. Yet the modest gain in the stock market this year is not as misguided or illogical as it may at first seem. While volatility may lie ahead for stocks, a prolonged bear market and recession seem unlikely for 2017. Read more…

5 Things To Know About Rep. Tom Price’s Health Care Ideas–  Georgia Rep. Tom Price has been a fierce critic of the Affordable Care Act and a leading advocate of repealing and replacing the 2010 health care law.  Now that President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Price to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, here are five key planks in his own  health care proposal. Read more…

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