The United States: Trade-war scenarios aside, economists expect the US unemployment rate to fall further as fewer workers enter/reenter the labor force from the ‘sidelines.’
Equity Markets: Most analysts don’t see a tech bubble because valuations do not appear to be significantly richer than the S&P 500.
China: China’s growing fiscal impulse is expected to support the economic expansion.
Credit: What are the uses of green bond proceeds globally?
Cryptocurrency: Is Bitcoin repeating the dot-com bubble’s trajectory?
Emerging Markets: Brazil’s economic data shows significant improvements over the past year.
The Eurozone: The euro’s strength will be taking a toll on the Eurozone’s trade surplus. Will it ease trade tensions with the US?
Food for Thought: The overall state ranking.
Edited by Joseph N Cohen
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