United States: There has been a substantial increase in households that “sometimes or often” go hungry.
Many can’t cover basic expenses.
United Kingdom: The pound has been under pressure as Brexit concerns resurface.
Commodities: Industrial commodities buyer activity has accelerated in August.
Energy: The Saudis cut oil prices for October deliveries.
Rates: As the US Treasury spends its cash holdings at the Fed (TGA), reserves could climb sharply.
Food For Thought: Wall Street political donations:
Edited by Devon Lall
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