The further leg down in yields has been the impetus for much debate. Can it be an indicator of slower global and U.S. economic growth or something more substantial? Will it contribute to further challenges for earnings growth and company profits?
And what does it mean for currencies?
This session will include:
Sonja Hildebrandt, CFA
DWS Distributors, Inc.
Co-Head CIO Office
2019 Bay Area Treasury Associations
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Pullman Hotel (previously Sofitel Hotel)
223 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City, CA 94065
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ANNUAL JOINT DINNER
Hosted by: San Francisco Treasury Management Association (SFTMA)
Silicon Valley Association for Financial Professionals (SVAFP)