United States: BlackRock expects a higher inflation regime in the medium term (well above market-based inflation expectations).
Inflation has been driven by demand this year.
The largest decline in credit/debit card spending has been among Americans with the best credit scores.
Eurozone: Who are the biggest beneficiaries of the EU stimulus program (2 charts)?
Commodities: Here is how key commodities performed during previous sharp increases in inflation expectations, according to Morgan Stanley.
Equities: Options markets have priced in a significant election-related risk.
Here is a comparison to previous elections.
Global Developments: How will the outcome of the US election impact the currency market?
How long can households cover their living expenses after a job loss?
Food For Thought: Spending time eating and drinking:
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