The United States: Finally, the chart below shows how different the run-up in federal debt was in the 1980s vs. over the past decade.
China: Will stronger fixed asset investment offset some of the weakness in manufacturing exports?
The Eurozone: Here are the updated German political poll results.
Equities: Growth in US corporate earnings expectations remains strong.
Credit: Auto finance companies have built up much larger sub-prime auto loan portfolios than banks.
Emerging Markets: Here is the Capital Economics EM GDP tracker.
Food for Thought: Economic vitality indicators:
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