US Treasuries ended mostly higher in March, while risk assets rallied. Although US labour data mitigated fears of a recession, the Federal Reserve (Fed) now expects to raise interest rates twice this year, down from its previous projection of four rate hikes. Elsewhere, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced further easing measures to support the Eurozone economy.
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