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Day: December 12, 2018

Nearly half of corporate CFOs are expecting a US recession by the end of 2019

Chief financial officers at companies are pessimistic heading into 2019, with nearly half expecting a recession by the end of that year, according to a survey released Wednesday. Duke University’s look at where 212 CFOs stand showed that 48.6 percent think the next negative growth period is less than 12 months away. If the U.S. …

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Economic growth will top 3% again next year, Trump advisor Hassett says

U.S. economic growth will defy expectations again in 2019 thanks to a business investment boom and President Donald Trump’s trade strategy, White House economic advisor Kevin Hassett said Wednesday. The chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers expressed optimism that even a slowing housing market won’t hamper the overall picture. GDP has risen an average …

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GBP/USD Outlook: Optimistic Expectations Push Sterling Higher ahead PM May Confidence

Sterling rose above 1.26 handle against dollar in early US session trading on Wednesday, driven by optimistic expectations that PM May will win confidence vote, triggered by conservative lawmakers and due later today. Political turmoil in the UK increased the pace after parliamentary vote on Brexit plan of PM May was postponed, with the latest …

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US: Energy Mutes November CPI, but Core Inflation Firm

Consumer prices were flat in November as a drop in energy prices offset increases for food and core items. While headline inflation has eased, the core remains consistent with the Fed’s inflation goal. Foot Off the Gas Consumer prices were unchanged in November. The flat reading pushed the year-over-year change to 2.2%, which is down …

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Canadian Dollar Edges Higher as US Inflation Weakens

The Canadian dollar is showing little change in the Wednesday session. Currently, USD/CAD is trading at 1.3355, down 0.27% on the day. On the release front, Canadian Utilization Capacity Rate dropped for a second straight month, coming in at 82.6 percent. This missed the estimate of 85.8 percent. In the U.S., consumer inflation reports softened …

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