All Posts Tagged: tariffs

Investment Insights: Feeling the squeeze

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy

Stocks continue to recover from a distressing May on increasing dovishness from central bankers and signs of stimulus in China, but tariffs remain a mixed bag. United Technologies and Raytheon have agreed to a merger valued at roughly $90 billion that will create the second-largest U.S. defense-aerospace company after Boeing. Investors apparently aren’t thrilled with the prospect of the combined business as both companies faced notable losses yesterday.

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U.S. Outlook: A warning from the jobs report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

Hiring faded across the board in May. This is not just a one-off hiccup in the data, but part of a broader more prolonged pattern of labor market softening.

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Investment Insights: Trade winds weaken

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy

While U.S. and Chinese trade relations sour, concerns about other U.S. trade partners have grown, as officials attempt to shore up agreements with Canada and Mexico, and the European Union.

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U.S. Outlook: Buckle up, it’s going to get bumpy

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Economic crisis - Stock market graphs and charts - Financial and business background

Trump’s additional tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports nearly doubles the negative economic impact on both the U.S. and China.

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