Global Financial-Market Stress Jumps to This Year's HighBy
Rising geopolitical concerns are pushing a gauge of anxiety for global asset classes to this year’s high. Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Financial Stress Index climbed to 0.24 last week, meeting the peak reached in February and rebounding from a low at the end of March. A positive reading indicates more financial-market stress than normal.
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