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The Zeitgeist | 2.6.2019

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This is our feature of the 10 most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected, highly similar) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles, or articles we think are most interesting, or articles we agree with. But if you’re going to read 5-10 stories when you start your day, these are the ones that are most connected to the financial news that got published today. Sorry for the delay today, folks! Couldn’t be helped. I mean, it could have, but I didn’t. FemBeat: P&G Acquires Organic Period Care Startup This Is L. Why the US will avoid a recession this year and next (just) ECB: Draghi’s Succession Matters GM’s Resilient Profit Shows Why CEO Mary Barra Decided to Cut Jobs Don’t Count on Active Funds to Provide Downturn Protection US Production Shows no

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This is our feature of the 10 most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected, highly similar) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles, or articles we think are most interesting, or articles we agree with. But if you’re going to read 5-10 stories when you start your day, these are the ones that are most connected to the financial news that got published today.

Sorry for the delay today, folks! Couldn’t be helped. I mean, it could have, but I didn’t.

FemBeat: P&G Acquires Organic Period Care Startup This Is L.

Why the US will avoid a recession this year and next (just)

ECB: Draghi’s Succession Matters

GM’s Resilient Profit Shows Why CEO Mary Barra Decided to Cut Jobs

Don’t Count on Active Funds to Provide Downturn Protection

US Production Shows no Signs of Slowing Down as OPEC moves to Support Prices

UK funds to snap up as Brexit beckons

Four of the last five times markets rallied like this, it was a dead-cat bounce

Rusty Guinn
Executive Vice President of Asset Management, Salient. Rusty Guinn is the executive vice president of asset management at Salient. He oversees Salient’s retail and institutional asset management business, including investment teams, products, and strategy. Rusty shares his perspective and experience as an investor on the Epsilon Theory website.

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