7 Breaking News found.
  • Dec 28, 2022

    The UK is in the midst of a year-long recession that could prove to be worse than that experienced in the early 90s. High inflation and a tight labour market will force the Bank of England to raise interest rates from 3 percent currently to around 4.5 percent early next year. Households’ disposable...

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  • Dec 28, 2022

    On the evening of 26 December, China released new guidelines to significantly relax its Covid control policy for domestic infections and inbound travelers, effective 8 January 2023. As reported previously, key measures include i) removing quarantine requirements for Covid cases, ii) abandoning the r...

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  • Dec 26, 2022

    We’ve all been there. You work in finance, so inevitably someone will approach you at a holiday gathering and ask you about the economy. But we’ve got your back. In this report, we list 10 questions you might get asked. For each question, we suggest both a short response – in case dessert is served ...

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  • Dec 22, 2022

    We guess the "robust demand" story at Tesla is finally over... The EV company, which has seen its stock shellacked over the last month and its CEO pre-occupied with his latest tryst in Twitter, is reportedly implementing a hiring freeze and a new round of layoffs, according to a report by electrek. ...

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  • Dec 19, 2022

    The Path to Q1 Deflation The odds that we get at least one month of negative inflation data in Q1 is increasing. Will deflation become a concern in Q1? That is possible (and maybe even probable) if we continue on the course of action that we are currently taking. I do not believe that we will be wor...

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  • Dec 15, 2022

    I was visiting with a friend recently and she was recounting her early panic over COVID. She has kids and loves them. As a mom, she believed her first duty was to protect them from the bad virus that was floating around. She went into full freak-out mode, keeping the kids indoors and spacing them ou...

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  • Sep 21, 2021

    The economy is now at a perilous point of departure. There was no V-shaped recovery, and one should not be expected. There was a severe contraction in March–April 2020, followed by a recovery in July–September 2020. However, the recovery only made up part of the lost ground, not all of it. We had a ...

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