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Macro Briefing: 17 June 2019

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Hong Kong protests continued on Sunday: CNNNewly freed activist calls for Hong Kong leader to quit: ReutersIran says it will breach terms of nuclear deal in 10 days: WSJTrump ready to impose more tariffs on China without a trade deal: CNBCFed expected to keep rates unchanged this week: ReutersWill the Fed consider if it made a mistake? NY TimesChinese tech giant Huawei: US ban will cost it billion in lost sales: CNNConsumer sentiment in US eased in June: BloombergUS industrial output rebounded in May: WSJBusiness inventories for US rose in April, creating headwinds for growth: CNBCUS retail spending’s 1yr trend slipped to middling +3.2% in May:

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Hong Kong protests continued on Sunday: CNN
Newly freed activist calls for Hong Kong leader to quit: Reuters
Iran says it will breach terms of nuclear deal in 10 days: WSJ
Trump ready to impose more tariffs on China without a trade deal: CNBC
Fed expected to keep rates unchanged this week: Reuters
Will the Fed consider if it made a mistake? NY Times
Chinese tech giant Huawei: US ban will cost it $30 billion in lost sales: CNN
Consumer sentiment in US eased in June: Bloomberg
US industrial output rebounded in May: WSJ
Business inventories for US rose in April, creating headwinds for growth: CNBC
US retail spending’s 1yr trend slipped to middling +3.2% in May:

Macro Briefing: 17 June 2019

James Picerno
James Picerno is a financial journalist who has been writing about finance and investment theory for more than twenty years. He writes for trade magazines read by financial professionals and financial advisers. Over the years, he’s written for the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Bloomberg Markets, Mutual Funds, Modern Maturity, Investment Advisor, Reuters, and his popular finance blog, The CapitalSpectator.

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