All Posts Tagged: U.S.-China trade war

U.S. Outlook: Profits and Bonds Flash Same Downbeat Signals

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

The inverted Treasury yield curve and U.S. corporate profits are sending downbeat signals about our near-term economic and financial future.

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U.S. Outlook: Employment Data Show Rot Beneath the Surface

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

The latest U.S. employment data may seem solid, but we see clear signs of rot and deterioration below the surface that suggest even slower job growth ahead.

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Investment Insights: Lackluster trade fireworks

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy

After all the excitement surrounding the trade meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping over the weekend, the outcome seems to have fallen flat for investors.

On Friday, ahead of the summit, the S&P 500 leapt higher before paring gains on Monday as investors realized no long-term solution had been reached. However, some positives did result from the conversation between the two heads of state.

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U.S. Outlook: Will consumers save the day?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

U.S. consumers won’t be able to keep spending at a growth rate of more than 3% in the quarters ahead.

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