DeutscheBank: 2018 = recession, Chinese manufacturing contracting, oil still up, and UK considering 2nd referendum.
Markets easing drops as Christmas sets in. China considers updating tech transfer laws, and India overtakes Germany as world’s 7th largest stock market.
Markets continue south, Australia’s unemployment up, and BoE maintains interest rates in light of Brexit Blues.
Markets down on unsigned China-US trade agreement, Huawei’s owner’s daughter held in Canada, Parliament to send May back to board, and OPEC meets in Vienna.
World indexes down on post G-20 Blues, and Euro Parliament says UK can end Brexit at any moment – no questions asked.
Labour wants May’s full disclosure, ISM-Markit discrepancy, and Australia maintains 1.5% rate.
US & China reach tariff war understandings, markets react in dramatic greens, and Canada to cut oil supplies,
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Carney says May’s deal better than one, German data weak, and US data plus Powell drive dollar down – DRASTICALLY !
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