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Econoday Unplugged 17: GDP, Themes and Variations

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It's the global GDP season which brings to light the differing measures between nations not to mention the differing results with Europe doing better, China slowing, and the U.S., where productivity is weak, stalled.

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Econoday Unplugged 11: Global Outlook Steady

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Steady stimulus from the Fed together with heavy stimulus from other central banks should help keep the global economy in place.

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Econoday Unplugged 07: Brexit and a Wider Slowdown

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Brexit may be more than a UK issue, threatening to affect the rest of Europe. Growth in Asia is already soft as it is in the U.S. despite an unexpected rise in U.S. inflation.

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"US autoland"
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Vehicles were the star of the week's calendar showing outstanding strength at both the retail and production levels. The domestic economy may be solid but inflation pressures are very difficult to find, a mix that promises to make for a lively debate at the September FOMC.

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"July strong enough"
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The July employment report isn't spectacular but it is strong enough, and if followed by similar strength in the August employment report, then a rate hike at the September FOMC is a lock. Vehicle sales also proved to be a positive for July as were updates out of the nation's services sector.

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Econoday Unplugged 14: Inflation Warms Up

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Econoday Unplugged is an unscripted conversation between key members of our economics team. They exchange ideas on factors influencing global financial markets today and hone in on important upcoming economic events that will impact financial markets tomorrow.

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Econoday Unplugged 08: Undershooting Inflation

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"Deflation" is the watchword as most global price measures continue to sink, raising frustration among policy makers and raising questions whether central bank stimulus is working. But these questions don't quite apply, at least yet, to the U.S. where key inflation readings, though still moderate, are on the rise.

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Central Banks: Talk Leads Policy

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The European Central Bank didn't add new stimulus this month but is promising plenty ahead while the Federal Reserve, facing weak foreign markets and lack of inflation at home, has to keep up a hawkish sounding bent or risk falling behind on its planned run of rate hikes. And in Japan the talk is about more and more stimulus, whether it's effective or not.

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"A mid-August jolt"
Econoday International Perspective (Kindle edition)
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Traders were jolted out of their mid-summer reverie when the People's Bank of China devalued its currency the renminbi (yuan) on Tuesday. The move dominated markets globally for the week, sending (most) equities tumbling along with emerging market countries' currencies. Most equity indexes retreated on the week, the exception being the Shanghai Composite which was up 5.9 percent. It was a relatively light week for new economic information and earnings season continued to wind down. 

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"Central bank vigils continue"
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By Anne D. Picker, Chief Economist

Equities were mixed globally last week. Investors certainly had a plethora of data, both economic and from earnings, to consider in the first week of the new month. Four central banks — the Reserve Banks of Australia and India and the Banks of England and Japan — announced their respective monetary policy decisions and while reasons differed, their policies were unchanged. 

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"'Some' isn't much"
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The FOMC is sounding hawkish at the same time that housing and consumer confidence are taking hits and while pressures on labor costs are going down not up. But factory orders for once are on the rise and second-quarter GDP, though nothing for the record books, is good enough to keep the Fed's rate-hike railroad on the tracks. What a week it was for economic news! Let's go!

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