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Day: July 27, 2018

Trump budget director says GDP jump was no ‘sugar high’

The strongest quarter of growth the U.S. economy has seen in nearly four years was no mirage, the White House’s budget director said Friday. Reacting to the 4.1 percent gain in gross domestic product, Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said the Trump administration’s growth formula of tax cuts, deregulation and …

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Intel’s ‘commitment to China … will not waver,’ says interim CEO

As trade tensions between the U.S. and China persist, Intel interim CEO Bob Swan said China remains an important market for Intel. “We have great partnerships there,” Swan said Friday on “Squawk on the Street.” “We’re very committed to that market,” said Swan, who is also executive vice president and chief financial officer. “Regardless of …

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Why Trump’s goal of 3 percent economic growth actually is achievable and sustainable

Getting one quarter of breakout economic growth is easy: Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush did so on multiple occasions, only to see things fall back into the same pattern soon after. Sustaining that level is the hard part, something no president has accomplished since Bill Clinton. With some of the biggest factors boosting …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: Falling Electricity Prices is a Game Changer for Australian Inflation

Week beginning 30 July 2018 Falling electricity prices is a game changer for Australian inflation. Australia: dwelling approvals, trade balance, retail sales, private credit, CoreLogic home value index. NZ: employment, wages, building consents, business confidence. China: NBS and Caixin PMIs. Europe: CPI, employment, GDP. US: FOMC policy decision, payrolls, PCE inflation, ISM surveys. Central banks: …

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Bad times for active fund managers again: Vast majority are underperforming this year

Actively managed funds are stumbling again this year. J.P. Morgan shared the latest performance data with its clients, revealing only 41 percent of active fund managers are beating their benchmark year to date versus 52 percent last year in the same time period. “Active equity managers are facing a challenging year … with performance highly …

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Bitcoin rises, shaking off SEC’s denial of Winklevoss ETF

The world’s largest cryptocurrency jumped back above $8,200 Friday after falling sharply following news that U.S. regulators denied an application by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss for the first-ever bitcoin ETF. Bitcoin dropped to a low of $7,798.70 Friday morning, about 6 percent below where it was trading before the news Thursday evening, according to data …

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Week Ahead – BoJ, Fed, BoE Policy Decisions Awaited; Eurozone GDP and US Jobs Report also in Focus

It’s going to be a big week for central banks as the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England hold policy meetings in the next seven days. Economic data will also be at the forefront with plenty of major releases, including the US jobs report and the first look at Eurozone …

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