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Macro Briefing | 16 January 2020

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US and China sign trade deal that eases tensions: WSJ A closer look at US goods that China pledged to buy in trade deal: CNBC Key part of trade deal is already in doubt: Bloomberg Senate begins to consider removal of President Trump: Reuters Russia’s gov’t resigns, paving way for Putin to consolidate power: CNBC Fed Beige Book: ‘modestly favorable’ outlook for 2020: MW NY Fed Mfg Index ticks up, reflects modest growth in Dec: NY Fed Business inflation expectations are steady at +1.9% in Jan: Atlanta Fed VIX Index falls back to level that’s near 2-year low after recent increase:

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US and China sign trade deal that eases tensions: WSJ
A closer look at US goods that China pledged to buy in trade deal: CNBC
Key part of trade deal is already in doubt: Bloomberg
Senate begins to consider removal of President Trump: Reuters
Russia’s gov’t resigns, paving way for Putin to consolidate power: CNBC
Fed Beige Book: ‘modestly favorable’ outlook for 2020: MW
NY Fed Mfg Index ticks up, reflects modest growth in Dec: NY Fed
Business inflation expectations are steady at +1.9% in Jan: Atlanta Fed
VIX Index falls back to level that’s near 2-year low after recent increase:

Macro Briefing | 16 January 2020

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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