United States: The stock market gains have been boosting consumer confidence.
The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment and Consumer Expectations indices:
Consumers’ assessment of their stock market investments:
Eurozone: The Eurozone is experiencing its slowest growth since 2013:
China: VC funding activity has slowed.
Equities: The S&P 500 registered a bearish divergence, which indicates slowing upside momentum.
Rates: Weekly bond fund inflows hit a new record.
Food for Thought: Where do US political parties fit within the global political spectrum (based on their election manifestos)?
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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