The United States: How much will a broad tariff on Chinese imports impact prices of domestically produced consumer products? Here is the breakdown by sector.
Equity Markets: Company insiders are very bullish.
China:The PBoC is increasingly reliant on open-market operations to set monetary policy (as opposed to the overnight rate or the RRR).
The Eurozone: Who owns Italian government debt?
Emerging Markets: India’s ‘super-rich’ are no longer interested in real estate for investing.
Energy Markets: US rig count fell last week, with the decline driven by the non-Permian producers.
Credit: Last month, fixed-income investors rotated out of riskier assets.
Food for Thought: Americans’ net worth by degree type.
Edited by Joseph N Cohen
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