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Day: February 16, 2019

A big change in accounting will put $3 trillion in liabilities on corporate balance sheets

A new corporate accounting rule is about to pull an estimated $3 trillion out of the shadows. Starting this year, companies are required to record the cost of renting assets used in their operations, such as office space, equipment, planes and cars, on their balance sheets rather than bury that expense in the footnotes of …

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Risk Appetite Boosted by Unknown Progress in US-China Trade Negotiation, More Talks Ahead

Trade talk optimism, trade pessimism, drove markets up and down last week. In the end, Presidents of US and China decided to give markets some lip service and boosted stocks towards weekly close. Words, rather than substance, are enough to make investors happy. Yen and Swiss Franc ended as the weakest ones on late rally …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: More Subdued Data from the Global Economy

U.S. Review Retail Sales Go Rogue Energy prices weighed on both headline CPI and PPI. The January CPI was unchanged, while PPI fell 0.1%. Core measures were more firm, rising 0.3% and 0.2%, respectively. Retail sales unexpectedly plunged 1.2% during December. Control group sales, which factor into GDP, also sharply declined 1.7%. Industrial production fell …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Wall of Uncertainty

U.S. Highlights December retail sales came in significantly weaker than expected, falling 1.2% m/m, with the decline being broad-based. Consumption in Q4 is now tracking around 2.6% annualized – softer than expected, but still a pretty good showing. The retail sales report provides a weak handoff to 2019. The fact that the government shutdown extended …

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Stocks Surge on Optimism US-China Trade War Nearing An End

The global equity rally continues to be bolstered by optimism that the trade war could finally see a framework agreement.  The US also avoided a second government shutdown as President Trump accepted the deal lawmakers worked on, only to declare a national emergency to secure additional funds for his border wall funding. The S&P 500 …

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NZD/USD Riding High on RBNZ and Optimistic Trade Talk Fumes

In the middle of the week, the RBNZ opted to leave its primary interest rate unchanged at 1.75%, where the central bank expects it to remain for a “considerable period.” Governor Orr and company noted that there were both upside and downside risks to inflation; therefore, the next change to interest rates could either be …

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