The United States: Credit Suisse expects two rate hikes in 2019.
Cryptocurrency: Token offerings and ICO funds raised continue to decline.
The Eurozone: The Eurozone’s headline CPI is expected to slow sharply in the months to come (due to oil prices), while the core inflation should keep grinding higher (with wages).
Credit: Who are the holders of US corporate debt?
Emerging Markets: EM currencies are stabilizing. Here is the EM/G7 (emerging/developed) currency volatility ratio.
Global Developments: This chart shows the percentage of worldwide stock indices that are in a bear market.
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