United States: According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency, home price appreciation has slowed this year. Nonetheless, home prices are still up 4.6% from the same time last year.
And housing prices continue to outpace wages.
The Eurozone: According to Pantheon Macroeconomics, economic data are pointing to euro-area growth stalling.
Europe: Have European bank shares bottomed with Bund yields?
Emerging Markets: Let’s begin with Brazil, where pension reform should put public debt on a more sustainable path.
Food for Thought: How Millenials think about retirement:
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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