Continuing in the tradition of making a* selection of calls aimed at provoking conversation on what might surprise or shock the investment returns in the year ahead this year's predictions cover a.. Zero Hedge
Over the past year, Bank of America's chief investment strategist Michael Hartnett has often repeated that when looking at the "transforming word", one core theme that emerges is the rotation away from.. Zero Hedge
Nov. 3 -- With all the pre-election jitters and Brexit uncertainty, there seems to be a lot of good news going on in the world economy. Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore reports on "What'd You Miss?" Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
China's Economy grew at 6.7%, which matched most economists expectations. It shows a steady expansion of the nation's economy and one that is on track to meet Beijing's targets for growth. Yahoo (YHOO).. Source: The Street -
Dave Lutz, head of Exchange Traded Funds at JonesTrading, has an overview of what traders are watching on Wednesday.
· Stock futures are little changed as companies continue to report.. Business Insider
If yesterday's session was dominated by concerns about Fed tightening and rising long-end rates, today fears about a hawkish Fed have subsided, and as a result European, Asian stocks and S&P futures.. Zero Hedge
This week’s economic calendar provides insight into how the world’s two largest economies—the U.S. and China—are faring, while the European Central Bank meets to set monetary policy. Wall Street Journal
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The most common statistic used to measure the size and growth rate of a nation’s economy is Gross Domestic Product (GDP). *However, GDP as most.. Zero Hedge
As reported last night, China pleasantly surprised watchers when it reported its latest data dump, including a stronger than expected 6.7% Q2 GDP print and unchanged from the previous quarter, which.. Zero Hedge
China's 'Super Friday' data dump arrived and despite the 10% devaluation in the Renminbi basket over the past year, and an utterly incredible spike in borrowing (*new loans spiked again in June!!*),.. Zero Hedge
China’s GDP grew at 6.7 percent year on year in the second quarter of 2016, at least officially. However, most analysts don’t believe the official figures.
“The official figure is still around.. Epoch Times
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Asian shares were mixed Thursday, as investors remained cautious ahead of a Bank of England meeting, Friday’s release of China’s GDP data, and as they digest new.. Seattle Times