Like There’s No Tomorrow

"Global interest rates [are] at 5,000 year lows," BofA's Michael Hartnett observed, again, in the latest edition of his popular weekly "Flow Show" series. "In next 5,000 years rates will rise, but [there's] no fear on Wall Street this happens anytime soon," he added. I was immediately inclined to channel Bill Murray's Phil Connors who, after reliving the same day for the first of what would ultimately become madness-inducing perpetuity, asked, "Well what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn't on

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