World trade unlikely to grow much in 2019, regardless of any US-China deal. And risks lie to the downside – producers of electronics might reduce output further to reverse record stockbuilding in these highly-traded goods. See our Global Economics Update: t.co/y5WlOAh0Ty pic.twitter.com/lHBlUA2OMK
— Capital Economics Global (@CapEconGlobal) April 5, 2019
🌐Global Recession Probability Model
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— Antonio Pérez Algás (@apanalis) April 4, 2019
When we see declines in transports (-2k), retail (-12k) and manufacturing (-6k), you know that the cycle is showing signs of fatigue. Bond market has this figured out.
— David Rosenberg (@EconguyRosie) April 5, 2019
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) April 5, 2019