Dysfunctional Financial Markets Risk Further Inequality and Long-Term Consequences, Expert Says

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Forecasts provided by ICE Data services show that frenzied sell-offs in the US government's debt markets have spilled into corporate bonds. As a result, company borrowing costs have risen higher compared to when the US economy was still recovering from the COVID pandemic. Looking at implications created by dysfunctional financial markets, we spoke to Arman Hassaniakalager, a Lecturer in Finance at the University of Bath. For more stories visit our website sputniknews.com Listen to us online sputniknews.com/popup/radio/ Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/SputnikNews Follow us on Twitter twitter.com/SputnikInt Follow us on Instagram www.instagram.com/sputnik_news/

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