The United States: Manufacturing and housing conditions are starting to improve, which could stall a recession.
Credit: REITs’ spread between Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) and the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) is crashing, which signals declining profitability and increased delinquency rates.
The Eurozone: Political developments in Greece could result in a debt rating upgrade this year (to investment grade). Below are Green bank stocks.
Asia-Pacific: The May PMI report showed Japan’s business activity accelerating this month, with services growth surging.
China: Residential sales are still above the underlying demand.
Global Developments: Are markets too optimistic about slowing inflation?
Food for Thought: Here are views on using AI to hire and track employees:
Edited by William Villacis
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