After having been overlooked as an asset class for much of the last decade, while interest rates were at historically low levels, cash appears to be king once again. This is, of course, on the heels of fast and furious interest rate hikes over the past 18 months that have moved interest rates to 5% here in Canada – hard to believe after rates were just 0.25% at the start of 2022.
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