The United States: Morgan Stanley’s model points to a rebound in core retail sales in January, backed by a series of upside surprises in hard and soft economic data.
The Eurozone: The Eurozone needs to see some stabilization in industrial production to avoid a recession.
China: A sizeable number of China’s banks are viewed as “high risk” by the PBoC.
Emerging Markets: Moody’s expects stronger global risk appetite to bolster EM capital inflows further.
Equities: Are massive inflows into sustainable funds lifting tech shares?
Food for Thought: Growth in undergraduate enrollment:
Edited by Devon Lall
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