China’s economy doesn’t need stimulus to offset the impact of the U.S. trade war. The bigger threat: African swine fever.
Is the Bank of Canada more likely to hike interest rates, as slack evaporates, or to cut interest rates, following the Fed?
We are skeptical of the signal from the yield curve now given the likely distortion from non-U.S. as well as U.S. QE and negative bond yields in much of the world.
Join Carl Weinberg and Jim O’Sullivan for an assessment of the U.S. and global economies as 2019 comes to a close.
The case for rate cuts is much weaker now than in previous mid-cycle Fed easings.
Some tips from our in-house Bloomberg expert on how to leverage the platform to access HFE research.
A tree is growing in the forest… when do you cut it down to harvest its wood? When it dies and threatens to fall on your house.
In Japan’s depopulating economy, productivity is falling—not rising—and so are wages.
The latest data, and still-accommodative financial conditions, suggest the Fed does not have to cut rates aggressively.
Reliable surveys confirm the Euro Zone economy is not recovering.