In Japan’s depopulating economy, productivity is falling—not rising—and so are wages.
Reliable surveys confirm the Euro Zone economy is not recovering.
We are on the alert for more bad global economic news in the months ahead if the drop in world trade continues.
The record low German unemployment rate does not reflect a truly tight supply of labor.
Practically speaking, no one should expect any ECB tightening at all until some time in 2022.
Team Trump has set off the mother of all trade wars with China by making a series of gross miscalculations.
Join Carl Weinberg for a discussion of the causes of the current global economic slowdown, the prospects for recovery and the implications for financial markets.
If the BoJ’s QQME with YCC were going to do something, it would have happened—or at least, begun—by now.
Without a forecast, the Bank of England is without a clue about whether there will be inflation on March 29, or thereafter.
Euro Zone banks are not to responding to the ECB’s generous boost to liquidity by increasing their lending.