How do you fix the inflation problem in Argentina?

Tom Keene seeks "Foundational Weinberg Analysis" on Argentina's debt crisis.
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The trade war playbook

Carl Weinberg shares some of his insights on the U.S.-China trade war with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Surveillance.
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Tariffs, jobs and debt, oh my

The already high likelihood of a September Fed easing as risen further, says Jim O'Sullivan.
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U.S. labor market stayed on track in July

Despite deepening drag from trade, the U.S. economy is still growing solidly, concludes Jim O'Sullivan.
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The markets are overreacting to trade fears

Jim O'Sullivan discusses the latest round of U.S. tariffs against China.
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U.S. new home sales picked up in June

Jim O'Sullivan finds that though volatile, the U.S. housing market is still strong.
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Johnson jitters for sterling

It's going to take a "bold stroke" by the ECB to satisfy markets and make a real difference to the Euro Zone economy, says Carl Weinberg.
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Get the most out of HFE on Bloomberg

Some tips from our in-house Bloomberg expert on how to leverage the platform to access HFE research.

Could a second straight quarter of falling earnings signal a possible recession?

Even a sharp drop in U.S. second quarter earnings does not mean a recession will follow, explains Jim O'Sullivan.
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Stocks eke out another round of records

“For serious China watchers, the GDP headline is not very important," explains Carl Weinberg.
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Twitter

On the most recent episode of FS Insider, @osullivanEcon of @hifreqec discusses current #trade talks, potential presidential #impeachment and the probability of #recession within the next year. https://t.co/R9GhDPUEO0

Don't get excited about an August surge in household spending in Japan: It's all about consumers advancing big-ticket purchases to beat the October 1 sales tax hike. With real wages shrinking along with the population, consumer spending has no where to go but down.

If the Yanks don't get them, the pigs will: African swine fever is a bigger threat to China's economy than U.S. trade policy. https://t.co/trutOknfkW

On top of Brexit uncertainty, the current account gap in the UK suggests sterling may be prone to a crash. The deficit for Q2 was appallingly huge after a record Q1 gap.

Was on @SquawkCNBC ahead of the employment data with @LindseyPiegza @BeckyQuick @andrewrsorkin @grassosteve
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