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Macro Briefing | 18 October 2019

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Turkey agrees to temporarily halt military operations in Syria: WSJUK Parliament expected to reject Johnson’s new Brexit deal on Saturday: CNBCChina’s Q3 annual economic growth slows to 6.0%–lowest in decades: CNBCA variety of financial risks from climate change are lurking: SF FedHousing starts in the US fell in September after reaching 12-year high: MWUS jobless claims continue to predict labor market expansion: CNBCPhilly Fed’s mfg index shows modest growth for October: Philly FedUS industrial output’s 1-year trend was negative in Sep–first decline since 2016:

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Turkey agrees to temporarily halt military operations in Syria: WSJ
UK Parliament expected to reject Johnson’s new Brexit deal on Saturday: CNBC
China’s Q3 annual economic growth slows to 6.0%–lowest in decades: CNBC
A variety of financial risks from climate change are lurking: SF Fed
Housing starts in the US fell in September after reaching 12-year high: MW
US jobless claims continue to predict labor market expansion: CNBC
Philly Fed’s mfg index shows modest growth for October: Philly Fed
US industrial output’s 1-year trend was negative in Sep–first decline since 2016:

Macro Briefing | 18 October 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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