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Month: June 2019

US-China Trade: Ceasefire a Reality But No Quick Fixes to Reach a Deal

As widely expected, the Xi-Trump meeting ended with a ceasefire in the trade war. The export ban on Huawei was also lifted, at least partially. The ceasefire is good news in the sense that it confirms that both sides want to make a trade deal. President Trump’s comments afterwards suggest he sees a trade deal …

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Trump keeps talking about ‘quantitative tightening,’ but he’s overstating its impact

President Donald Trump has railed repeatedly about the Federal Reserve’s “quantitative tightening” and the impact it has had on economic growth during his administration. The program will be over soon, which may not bring as much relief as Trump thinks. One reason the president may not want to get his hopes up too much is …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Incoming Data Unlikely to Dissuade Fed Cuts

U.S. Review Incoming Data Unlikely to Dissuade Fed Cuts All eyes are on President Trump and Chinese President Xi as they meet at the G-20 meeting to see if they can hammer out a trade truce. Please see our Topic of the Week section on Page 7 for our take on the potential outcome. Trade …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Healthy GDP and Sentiment, Early Canada Day Gifts!

U.S. Highlights A light week on economic data was filled with Fed speeches and a trickle of news flow on the upcoming meeting between Presidents Trump and Xi. We do not expect to see a major breakthrough this weekend, but rather an agreement to continue talking (forestalling at least for now the threat of additional …

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Forward Guidance: Trade Concerns Remain, But Economic Backdrop Still Healthy

Attention remains focused on Saturday’s highly anticipated meeting of Presidents Trump and Xi as the two try to iron out their differences on the side-lines of this week’s G-20 meetings. The outcome of that meeting is still very much in doubt – and any re-escalation of tensions between the two world powers could have a …

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Why Moody’s is wrong to keep Cyprus on junk status

Cyprus is now into its fifth year of vigorous economic growth, after three years (2012-2015) of steep decline caused by the banking crisis, with little indication the trade-risk vulnerabilities affecting other eurozone markets will become a limiting factor. GDP has grown consistently, by 0.9% per quarter in real terms from mid-2018 through to the first …

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By the numbers: Best June for the Dow since 1938, S&P 500’s best first half in two decades

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Wall Street wrapped up a roaring June and first half of the year as investors cheered the prospects of easier monetary policy from the Federal Reserve and awaited clarity on U.S.-China trade relations. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 7.2% …

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