United States: The uncertainty surrounding the May employment report was exacerbated by much lower participation in the household survey. The process was also modified due to safety issues.
Also, the rate lock volume is up 18% year-over-year as homebuyers rush to lock in record-low mortgage rates.
United Kingdom: Is the UK ready for the “no-deal” WTO option?
China: Many migrant workers haven’t returned to cities.
Equities: Nasdaq is ahead of the New York Stock Exchange in IPO volume.
Credit: According to a survey from Absolute Strategy Research, institutional investors are overwhelmingly optimistic about high-yield and investment-grade corporate credit. (2 charts)
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