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Day: December 8, 2018

Yield Curve Inversion and Global Slowdown Hammered Stocks, Not US-China Trade Talks

It was another volatile week with multiple theme working on the markets. US-China trade truce, arrest of Chinese business executive, stock market routs, treasury yield free fall, US yield curve inversion, weak economic data and global slow down, OPEC+ production cut, UK Brexit parliament debate, Italy budget. All have a hand in market volatility. Commodity …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Perfect Example of He Said, Xi Said

U.S. Review Despite Market Jitters, Fed to Raise Rates in December An ephemeral trade truce, the inversion of the front-end of the yield curve and a softer than expected jobs report fueled fears of the economy slowing. But, with economic data this week suggesting a relatively healthy economy, we still expect the Fed to raise …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: See You in Spring, Rate Hikes

U.S. Highlights Data released this week remains consistent with the view that U.S. economy continues to expand at an above-trend pace. Although disappointing in terms of the headline, job gains were also consistent with an economy running near capacity. Furthermore, wage growth held at a healthy pace in November. An agreement between the U.S. and …

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OPEC+ Agrees to Overall Production Cuts to Counter Slower Demand Growth Next Year

The 175th OPEC Conference and the 5th ministerial meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC countries ended earlier today with participants agreeing to reduce overall production by 1.2 million barrels per day (mb/d), effective as of January 2019 and lasting for six months. This action was necessary in their view to reduce potential imbalance in the oil …

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Soft Jobs Data Depreciated Dollar Looking Towards Inflation Data

The US dollar is mixed on Friday after a disappointing US jobs report. The NFP showed a 155,000 jobs gain in November, well below the 200,000 forecast. Weather issues played a part but overall the report will have a small impact on the December Fed meeting. What investors are focusing on is the effect it …

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