Markets in the UK are on sale. No One Wants to Purchase.

The price of UK equities and bonds is at its lowest point in decades. Investors have not been drawn back into the market as a result of it.

The U.K.'s FTSE 250, a broad index of domestically focused equities, has dropped about 10% since Liz Truss won the election for prime minister in early September

Exceeding declines for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500. 

Ten-year U.K. government bond yields are now trading above a historically high 4% level.

Last week they reached their highest level since 2008.

Sterling is now trading at its lowest level vs the dollar since 1985.


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