The United States: Supplier delivery times continued to shorten.
The United Kingdom: Companies are having a tough time recruiting.
The Eurozone: Speculative accounts have been boosting their bets on the euro.
Emerging Markets: Colombia’s core inflation continues to surge.
Equities: The S&P 500 held support at the 200-day moving average.
Credit: US life insurance holdings have a high allocation to corporate bonds.
Food for Thought: Workers needed to generate $1 million at S&P 500 companies:
Edited by Josh Oldmixon
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