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Macro Briefing | 28 May 2020

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China-India tensions at Himalayan border continue to escalate: Guardian China votes to impose controversial security law on Hong Kong: CNN Hong Kong’s role as financial hub at risk of fading: CNBC Grim milestone: US Covid-19 deaths top 100,000: Politico US jobless claims set to rise again by 2 million-plus in today’s update: Reuters Herd immunity for Covid-19 is still nowhere on the near-term horizon: NY Times Is the Fed considering a yield-curve control policy? Bloomberg Fed Beige Book: businesses remain wary of economic outlook: MW Business uncertainty continues to rise in May, reaching sharply elevated level: AF Richmond Fed Mfg Index continues to show deep contraction in district: RF Unemployment rates around the world on track for sharp increses in 2020: BBG

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China-India tensions at Himalayan border continue to escalate: Guardian
China votes to impose controversial security law on Hong Kong: CNN
Hong Kong’s role as financial hub at risk of fading: CNBC
Grim milestone: US Covid-19 deaths top 100,000: Politico
US jobless claims set to rise again by 2 million-plus in today’s update: Reuters
Herd immunity for Covid-19 is still nowhere on the near-term horizon: NY Times
Is the Fed considering a yield-curve control policy? Bloomberg
Fed Beige Book: businesses remain wary of economic outlook: MW
Business uncertainty continues to rise in May, reaching sharply elevated level: AF
Richmond Fed Mfg Index continues to show deep contraction in district: RF
Unemployment rates around the world on track for sharp increses in 2020: BBG

Macro Briefing | 28 May 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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