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Last updated: Jul. 20, 09:35 Page 3 of 8
The central bankers forecast, and on those forecasts they base their policy. In the extreme case of the European Central Bank, the predictive North Star is the five-year forward inflation rate, i.e., the imputed rate of inflation for the five years starting in 2024. After mentioning that distant date, a panelist dryly asked, “Is it going to rain a week from Thursday?”
By James Grant
Barron`s,  Jul. 20, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
German gross domestic product will grow only by 0.5% in 2019 versus 1.5% in 2018, according to the government’s own forecast. That compares to an average euro-zone growth rate estimated at around 1.2% this year.
By Pierre Briançon
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Eric Stein and Michael Cirami, Eaton Vance’s co-directors of global income, are still bullish on emerging markets—and they have a knack for finding good opportunities early in the game.
By Leslie P. Norton
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Regulatory fears over digital assets are narrow, focusing on consumer protection
By Philip Stafford in London
Financial Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Trump brands flight ‘latest of many provocative and hostile actions’ by Tehran in region
By Demetri Sevastopulo in New York, Aime Williams in Washington and Najmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran
Financial Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Tom Huber has steered the T. Rowe Price Dividend Growth fund through a lot of different markets with consistent results over the past two decades.
By Lawrence C. Strauss
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
The Massachusetts Democrat wants America to emulate German trade policy. A new report from the International Monetary Fund, showing how Germany’s big trade surplus came at the expense of workers, suggests she should find another country to emulate.
By Matthew C. Klein
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
The Trump bump probably peaked too early.
By Paul Krugman
The New York Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Surveillance and data stockpiling are turning us into known entities. Now the fightback has begun
By Henry Mance
Financial Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Ziad Bakri, manager of the top-performing T. Rowe Price Health Sciences fund, owns everything from cutting-edge biotech stocks to managed-care companies.
By Josh Nathan-Kazis
Barron`s,  Jul. 18, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Mexico’s economic outlook is going from bad to worse eight months into President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s administration, with the resignation of respected finance minister Carlos Urzua and a slow-motion train wreck at state oil company Pemex.
By Craig Mellow
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
We saw the future of live entertainment in a recent electric-car contest.
By Al Root
Barron`s,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
The company, long a target of President Trump, is seen as the leading competitor for a $10 billion cloud computing contract that the president said he was “getting tremendous complaints about.”
By Scott Shane and Karen Weise
The New York Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Israeli company’s sales pitch claimed technology can access data from Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon
By Mehul Srivastava in Tel Aviv and Tim Bradshaw in London
Financial Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
The asset class is cheap. Much of it is insulated from trade frictions. And countries such as Sri Lanka, Argentina, and Vietnam could benefit from lower U.S. interest rates.
By Reshma Kapadia
Barron`s,  Jul. 18, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
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