The United States: The US GDP growth has slowed but is expected to remain above potential.
The Eurozone: Below are the contributions to the euro area’s industrial production.
Equities: Most firms in the S&P 500 are not “cash-rich” – the data is skewed by the top 5% of the companies.
Credit: Investment-grade CDX spread (yellow) has tightened to the levels last seen in October (white = high-yield CDX spread).
Global Developments: Here is an updated ETF asset growth chart.
Food for Thought: Southwest border apprehensions:
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