The United States: Trade policy uncertainty is creating headwinds for businesses, including those in non-manufacturing sectors.
Eurozone: Germany’s producer price inflation is approaching zero.
Asia – Pacific: The weakness in Asia’s exports persists, which doesn’t bode well for global growth. South Korea saw its biggest decline in a decade.
China: The renminbi weakened on Monday amid trade uncertainty.
Commodities: Here’s an update on gold production, which has been steadily rising.
Food for Thought: Projections for the 2020 Electoral College.
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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