The Financial Index: Thursday, Feb. 16

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The Financial Index is Daily Capital’s roundup of our Editor’s Picks for the day — featured trends and market analysis from around the Web.

US Dollar to Benefit from Sticky Price Growth, Sterling to Consolidate

Daily FX: The dollar index fell slightly on Thursday and could continue, but the consequences will be minimal so long as the general upward trend continues.

Inflation? Not Just Yet, But It’s Coming

Stocks and Figures: Though indicating data points are primarily good, the zero-percent interest rate policy being pursued by the Fed is bound to have an inflationary effect.

Time to Short the Bond Bubble

Value Walk: Bond prices are high, but interest rates are low. With stocks currently undervalued, now might be a great time to wait out the bond bubble.

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