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Econoday’s economists look at the week’s important economic events.
 
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A weekly economic recap of U.S. market activity and events.
 
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Up-and-down reports on progress in US-China trade talks and a burst of positive news on a Brexit deal raise questions over their economic and financial market implications. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the latest data and what to expect for pending reports, including US retail sales and European GDP.…
 
Up-and-down reports on progress in US-China trade talks and a burst of positive news on a Brexit deal raise questions over their economic and financial market implications. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the latest data and what to expect for pending reports, including US retail sales and European GDP.…
 
Rate cuts in reaction to stubbornly low inflation are the trends right now in Asia and also the US. Industrial slowing if not recession in Germany and the risk of spillover to the rest of Europe are questions for the European Central Bank. Along the way our panel discusses China's reaction to Hong Kong unrest, political polarization and related ...…
 
Rate cuts in reaction to stubbornly low inflation are the trends right now in Asia and also the US. Industrial slowing if not recession in Germany and the risk of spillover to the rest of Europe are questions for the European Central Bank. Along the way our panel discusses China's reaction to Hong Kong unrest, political polarization and related ...…
 
Diffusion indexes, whether from the Institute For Supply Management or Markit Economics, take on special importance during times of possible economic shifts. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the history and methodology of these reports and consider what they may be saying about the future direction of definitive economic data.…
 
Diffusion indexes, whether from the Institute For Supply Management or Markit Economics, take on special importance during times of possible economic shifts. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the history and methodology of these reports and consider what they may be saying about the future direction of definitive economic data.…
 
Lack of cash in the banking system together with Federal Reserve policy dissension underscore the unfolding effects of accelerating fiscal debt. Also discussed are the latest updates on Brexit and their immediate and future implications for the pound.
 
Lack of cash in the banking system together with Federal Reserve policy dissension underscore the unfolding effects of accelerating fiscal debt. Also discussed are the latest updates on Brexit and their immediate and future implications for the pound.
 
How the Federal Reserve frames Wednesday's rate decision will be key to whether and by how much US rates can be expected to move lower in the months ahead. The outlook for the Swiss franc and the risk that it could move higher will be the chief concern for the Swiss National Bank and the outcome of their meeting on Thursday. Policy settings for ...…
 
How the Federal Reserve frames Wednesday's rate decision will be key to whether and by how much US rates can be expected to move lower in the months ahead. The outlook for the Swiss franc and the risk that it could move higher will be the chief concern for the Swiss National Bank and the outcome of their meeting on Thursday. Policy settings for ...…
 
Thursday's decision by the European Central Bank will precede a sweep of other central bank meetings including the Federal Reserve next week. Jeremy Hawkins breaks down the details of possible policy outcomes amid easing expectations for the extent of new ECB stimulus.
 
Thursday's decision by the European Central Bank will precede a sweep of other central bank meetings including the Federal Reserve next week. Jeremy Hawkins breaks down the details of possible policy outcomes amid easing expectations for the extent of new ECB stimulus.
 
Asian central banks are either cutting rates or pointing that way, while in the US an unexpected drop in ISM manufacturing points squarely at a September 18 rate cut by the Federal Reserve. For Brexit, our panel host Jeremy Hawkins isolates the key issues and outlines the unfolding strategies.
 
Asian central banks are either cutting rates or pointing that way, while in the US an unexpected drop in ISM manufacturing points squarely at a September 18 rate cut by the Federal Reserve. For Brexit, our panel host Jeremy Hawkins isolates the key issues and outlines the unfolding strategies.
 
From cross-border trade to Brexit, Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender assess the rising intensity of global risks and their unfolding impact on currencies especially the Swiss franc and the yen. Global central bank policies are discussed as are the latest economic data including US employment.
 
From cross-border trade to Brexit, Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender assess the rising intensity of global risks and their unfolding impact on currencies especially the Swiss franc and the yen. Global central bank policies are discussed as are the latest economic data including US employment.
 
Coordinated rate cuts are falling in place with the Federal Reserve, despite strong consumer spending, expected to act this week followed by the European Central Bank in September. For the UK, rising chances for a hard Brexit are raising questions over the Bank of England's path while for Japan, maximum easing is promised.…
 
Coordinated rate cuts are falling in place with the Federal Reserve, despite strong consumer spending, expected to act this week followed by the European Central Bank in September. For the UK, rising chances for a hard Brexit are raising questions over the Bank of England's path while for Japan, maximum easing is promised.…
 
Competitive rate cuts are one theme in this week's discussion which starts with the Bank of Japan and whether it needs to hold down the yen, then the European Central Bank and the nuts and bolts of how it will shape its coming announcement, and wind up with the Federal Reserve which, as it is about to prime the pump, is a facing wall of improvi ...…
 
Competitive rate cuts are one theme in this week's discussion which starts with the Bank of Japan and whether it needs to hold down the yen, then the European Central Bank and the nuts and bolts of how it will shape its coming announcement, and wind up with the Federal Reserve which, as it is about to prime the pump, is a facing wall of improvi ...…
 
The Federal Reserve has seemingly committed itself to a month-end rate cut at the same time, it turns out, that US economic data are pivoting higher. The European Central Bank may also be rushing down the rate-cut path while for the Bank of England neutral is the theme as a jump in wage pressures is offset by Brexit uncertainties.…
 
The Federal Reserve has seemingly committed itself to a month-end rate cut at the same time, it turns out, that US economic data are pivoting higher. The European Central Bank may also be rushing down the rate-cut path while for the Bank of England neutral is the theme as a jump in wage pressures is offset by Brexit uncertainties.…
 
Whether it's the Federal Reserve or the European Central Bank, monetary policy is tilted toward stimulus amid slowing in cross-border trade and lack of inflationary pressures. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the status of economic growth and what policy options central banks are likely to pursue.…
 
Whether it's the Federal Reserve or the European Central Bank, monetary policy is tilted toward stimulus amid slowing in cross-border trade and lack of inflationary pressures. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the status of economic growth and what policy options central banks are likely to pursue.…
 
Whether UK construction, German retail sales, or the ISM manufacturing report for the US, economic trends appear to be easing. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the relationship between wages and labor market slack for central bank policy.
 
Whether UK construction, German retail sales, or the ISM manufacturing report for the US, economic trends appear to be easing. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the relationship between wages and labor market slack for central bank policy.
 
Whether it's the Federal Reserve or the ECB, talk is building that central banks are facing the need to boost policy stimulus. The latest (mostly disappointing) economic numbers out of the US and Europe are discussed.
 
Whether it's the Federal Reserve or the ECB, talk is building that central banks are facing the need to boost policy stimulus. The latest (mostly disappointing) economic numbers out of the US and Europe are discussed.
 
The Federal Reserve has shifted strongly toward future rate cuts, a move based on weakening global growth and global trade that follows Mario Draghi's warning of similar measures for the European Central Bank. The Bank of Japan and the Reserve Bank of Australia are further along their dovish paths and more of the same is the call.…
 
The Federal Reserve has shifted strongly toward future rate cuts, a move based on weakening global growth and global trade that follows Mario Draghi's warning of similar measures for the European Central Bank. The Bank of Japan and the Reserve Bank of Australia are further along their dovish paths and more of the same is the call.…
 
Central banks are cutting rates or appear to be preparing to cut rates. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the effects of trade wars and also what to look for in coming central bank meetings including personnel developments at the European Central Bank.
 
Central banks are cutting rates or appear to be preparing to cut rates. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender discuss the effects of trade wars and also what to look for in coming central bank meetings including personnel developments at the European Central Bank.
 
The shift out of the center and away from the establishment shakes up the outlook for European economic policy and financial assets. The nuts and bolts of coming post-election events in Europe and the UK are also discussed.
 
The shift out of the center and away from the establishment shakes up the outlook for European economic policy and financial assets. The nuts and bolts of coming post-election events in Europe and the UK are also discussed.
 
Our panel discusses what appears to be an approaching rate cut in Australia and the effect the US-China trade breakdown are having in Asia. Weak data out of the US and what this means for Federal Reserve policy are also discussed as are risks to the euro from the pending European Parliament elections.…
 
Our panel discusses what appears to be an approaching rate cut in Australia and the effect the US-China trade breakdown are having in Asia. Weak data out of the US and what this means for Federal Reserve policy are also discussed as are risks to the euro from the pending European Parliament elections.…
 
How will the hikes underway in US-China tariffs affect the world's two largest economies and how is Europe responding? Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also update the latest economic data and key pending data to come.
 
How will the hikes underway in US-China tariffs affect the world's two largest economies and how is Europe responding? Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also update the latest economic data and key pending data to come.
 
A slew of European data show improvement to what are still, however, modest rates of growth. Data out of the US have been less strong than the headlines would suggest especially regarding the consumer. For global monetary policy, the outlook remains wait-and-see with perhaps a dovish tilt.
 
A slew of European data show improvement to what are still, however, modest rates of growth. Data out of the US have been less strong than the headlines would suggest especially regarding the consumer. For global monetary policy, the outlook remains wait-and-see with perhaps a dovish tilt.
 
The US and China may be on the rebound though growth in Europe is uneven and is being held back by German manufacturing. Whether slowing in trade and weakness in manufacturing is being offset by strength in domestic services is a topic of discussion as are risks tied to the coming Spanish election and extended Japanese holiday.…
 
The US and China may be on the rebound though growth in Europe is uneven and is being held back by German manufacturing. Whether slowing in trade and weakness in manufacturing is being offset by strength in domestic services is a topic of discussion as are risks tied to the coming Spanish election and extended Japanese holiday.…
 
Whether the Federal Reserve or the Bank of India, executive power has been flexing its muscle in an effort to loosen monetary policy. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the latest economic numbers especially from the manufacturing sector where revisions have improved the European outlook.
 
Whether the Federal Reserve or the Bank of India, executive power has been flexing its muscle in an effort to loosen monetary policy. Jeremy Hawkins and Mark Pender also discuss the latest economic numbers especially from the manufacturing sector where revisions have improved the European outlook.
 
Solid snap backs for U.S. employment and European industrial production hint at momentum going into the second quarter and raise the question whether seasonal adjustments are to blame for the fourth-quarter slowdown. The outlook for central bank policies are also discussed and the very latest on Brexit is updated.…
 
Solid snap backs for U.S. employment and European industrial production hint at momentum going into the second quarter and raise the question whether seasonal adjustments are to blame for the fourth-quarter slowdown. The outlook for central bank policies are also discussed and the very latest on Brexit is updated.…
 
The outlook for interest rates in India and whether politics are at play is one of our panel's topics as well as housing in Australia and what trade talks mean for China. Soft data are the theme in the U.S. and what they may or may not mean for Friday's employment report, while Europe is headlined by weak core inflation, contraction for German ...…
 
The outlook for interest rates in India and whether politics are at play is one of our panel's topics as well as housing in Australia and what trade talks mean for China. Soft data are the theme in the U.S. and what they may or may not mean for Friday's employment report, while Europe is headlined by weak core inflation, contraction for German ...…
 
How much of a risk is mounting red ink in the U.S. and how much good news, amid Brexit uncertainty, may already be priced in the pound? Our panel also discusses central bank responses to the global slowdown.
 
How much of a risk is mounting red ink in the U.S. and how much good news, amid Brexit uncertainty, may already be priced in the pound? Our panel also discusses central bank responses to the global slowdown.
 
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