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Holding money in cash hasn't been this attractive since the financial crisis — here's why that's a terrible sign for markets

Business Insider Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Holding money in cash hasn't been this attractive since the financial crisis — here's why that's a terrible sign for markets· *Cash and cash-like holdings such as Treasurys haven't been this appealing relative to other assets since 2008.*
· *This development is indicative of multiple pressures facing markets right now that should have investors very worried.*

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