The United States: Below is a chart of US consumer inflation distribution by item. Both “tails” are on the rise. IIF attributes the lower tail to the “Amazon effect.” The upper tail, however, shows “signs of overheating.”
China: Beijing is increasingly concerned about the nation’s rising dollar-denominated debt. It limits the government’s ability to devalue the renminbi.
Global Developments: This chart shows the current account balances for major economies.
Equity Markets: What are the most common investor biases?
Emerging Markets: EM exports growth is slowing, prompting economists to downgrade the GDP growth forecasts.
Food for Thought: More companies are bringing up AI on conference calls.
Edited by Joseph Cohen
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