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If all you saw were the headlines you might think that “trade wars” or “a flattening yield curve” was pushing equities to the brink of a new bear market as the U.S. economy teetered on recession…
Trade policy update. After being hit to the tune of ~$240 million by U.S. tariffs, India ratcheted up tensions overnight when it retaliated with tariffs of its own on a wide range of U.S. imports…
Three of the world’s most influential central banks met last week—the Federal Reserve (Fed), the European Central Bank (ECB), and the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
Tariff headlines versus implementation. While trade headlines have garnered a lot of attention, and roiled markets in some instances, it’s important to reiterate that neither side wants a trade war.
Three of the world’s most influential central banks met last week, with some minor surprises emerging from two of them, evidenced by the reactions to each meeting.
Capital expenditures help increase productivity, and improved productivity is the foundation upon which developed economies can sustain higher growth rates.
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