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Chinese growth on target… yet again

Measured in PPP terms, the Chinese economy is the largest in the world.
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Chile follows Brazil in easing cycle

The advanced economies are starting to experience a bounceback in headline inflation, but that …

Base effects and oil prices push US inflation higher

US headline inflation jumped from 1.7% to 2.1% in December, in line with our …

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A charismatic leader confounds expert opinion, and is elected on a platform of taking on …

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Thank Fathom it’s Friday – Coming of Age in Japan: escaping the fate that awaits

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Are investors misreading Trump on trade?
Arguably, US economic prospects are more positive than they have been in a long while. Throughout his election campaign, Donald Trump set out plans to reflate the US economy. Current market pricing suggests that investors have taken him at his word: these expectations have caused the US dollar to rally, and US Treasury yields to jump. US equities have also risen, particularly domestically-focused stocks. Are investors too sanguine about the outlook for the US economy? Have they misread Donald Trump’s intentions, especially on trade?

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