Top Economic News

 

Goldman says it is time for equity investor to boost their cash.
China is paying for most of the trade war.
The US threatens high tech export curbs to china.
Bond traders are mis-reading the federal reserve.
US recession chances increase with Fed rate hikes.
CFO council survey on Brexit.
Maldives is set to pull out of a trade deal with China.
​Putin "Chef" Yevgeny Prigozhin is now meddling in Africa.
Trump will likely give US troops authority to protect immigration agents.
 

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America's corporate debt boom looks like it may be motivated by something other than growth.
Goldman Sachs believes the US economy will slow to a crawl next year.
American residential investments have slowed from 3.4% growth in 2017 to 0.6% in 2018.
A slowdown in housing demand will have a serious knock-on effect to durables and it could get worse if rates are driven higher.
Pence's sharp China attack is not helping with negotiations.
China's reliance on short-dated issuance increases a "systemic risk in the form of a larger maturity walls that will need to be refinanced."
The EC is ramping up pressure on Italy to comply with fiscal rules.
Spain will vote no for Brexit if Gilbraltar is included in Brexit. ​

 

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Chip stock carnage seeps into Asia.
Stock sell off worse than growth data would suggest.
The big event will be the Trump/Xi one on one.
Draghi inflation forecast for inflation shows more uncertainty.
Paul Tudor Jones said we are probably in a global debt bubble.
Ray Dalio said the world is too long stocks.
Pound plunge just a preview of what may happen with no Brexit deal.
UK PM May is in it to win it.
China drops another regulatory bomb, this time battering education stocks.
Tesla cut prices on solar pwer systems.
Kim tests a new weapon and releases a US prisoner.
The FDA restricts most flavored e-cigarettes sales.
The US said it would oppose the UN Golan Heights resolution.

 

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Powell says the Fed is paying close attention to the rate cycle impact.
UK banks slide on no deal Brexit fears.
What does a UK Brexit equivalence plan mean for UK banks.
Chinese officials have outlined a series of potential concessions to the trade negotiations.
You will know when the real negotiations will begin when Lighthizer shows up.
The second Trump/Kim summit will go ahead without a list of its nuclear weapons.
The FCC launced the first US 5g spectrum auction.

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MBA Mortgage Applications -3.2% actual v. -0.7% prior.
CPI m/m (0.3% actual {exp 0.3%} v. 0.1% prior, which was unrevised
CPI x-food and energy m/m (0.2% actual {exp 0.2%} v. 0.1% prior, which was unrevised
CPI y/y 2.5% actual {exp 2.5%} v. 2.3% prior, which was unrevised
CPI x-food and energy y/y 2.1% actual {exp 2.2%} v. 2.2% prior, which was unrevised
Fed Governor Quarles (voter) appears before the House Financial Services Panel 0900 hrs cst
Fed Chairman Powell discussed the economy at a Dallas Fed event 1700 hrs cst.

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Russia says no emergency action is warranted to halt oil prices.
What are the terms of the provisional agreement (Brexit).
Italy defies the EU and sticks to its budget.
The German economy shrunk by 0.2% q/q.
The current slowdown in the EU is not enough to change the ECB outlook.
 ​Farmers are scrambling to find new markets for its soybeans.
US lays barbed wire at border.
Iran says they will defeat the US
Support for bill protecting special counsel from politically motivated firing is growing.

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The US and China are said to have resumed dialog.
The White House is circulating a draft report over whether to impose tariffs on auto parts.
Saudis are saying oil supply needs to be cut.
Apple suppliers cut guidance.
North Korea's deceptive missile works.
Farmers refuse to sell their soy harvest.
The IMF says growth is slowing around the world.
The Chief Economist for the ECB is playing down remarks that the ECB still needs a substantial amount of monetary analysis.

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Crude oil supply is growing.
Sears will close 40 more stores next year.
Will Ford be downgraded to junk?
Is the carbon tax dead?
Italy will not budge on the budget.
The French are looking for 5.3 billion Euros from UBS.
A federal judge halted the Keystone pipeline.
The  US, Mexico and Canada will sign the USMC trade agreement November 30th.
 

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The Fed is expected to leave rates unchanged.
US pumping more oil than anyone.
China recorded a trade surplus in October.
The Fed is in denial?
​Wall Street's search for yield getting risky.
China has more distressed corporate debt than all of the emerging markets.
India and China are set to drive the world's nuclear power production growth.

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How some shops on the street think gridlock will affect the dollar.
Former US Treasury Secretary Paulson warns of an economic "Iron Curtain."
Brexit chances are increasing.
Marijuana is the big winner in the elections.
What does a Democratic controlled House mean for national security.
 

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