— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) February 13, 2019
The plunge! Eurozone industrial production confirms ugly picture individual member states already gave. Massive collapse in production in December, down 4.2% YoY, most since the financial crisis. pic.twitter.com/vHXRtng4a1
— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) February 13, 2019
rapid slowdown pic.twitter.com/KW9WI4EWmD
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) February 13, 2019
My real estate agent friend showed me the y/y sales decline in the 1st ten days of Feb in his area (column M). He said that these numbers were his career lowest. A shocker. But the shifting date of chinese lunar new year and property curbs make tough comb. pic.twitter.com/UW3QwBLPS6
— Hao Hong 洪灝, CFA (@HAOHONG_CFA) February 13, 2019
the global central bank tightening cycle is now ending: rolling 6-month rate hike tally peaked at 33 hikes in Oct'18, now 23 – BofA
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) February 13, 2019
Back to normal!
The Fed is terrified about something pic.twitter.com/BIXNJ6PIyM
— OCCUPY WISDOM (@OccupyWisdom) February 13, 2019
Do you think the Fed will need to drop interest rates at some point?
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