• By Economy   -   Nov 17, 2018

    UNPRECEDENTED AMOUNT OF BAA-GRADE BONDS MENACES THE CREDIT OUTLOOK

    Bond, Bonds, Credit, Credits
  • By Economy   -   Nov 17, 2018

    CROSS-SECTOR: MARKET DATA HIGHLIGHTS

    Sector, Data, Market, Marketing
  • By Economy   -   Nov 17, 2018

    ASIA'S Q4 GDP TRACKING HAS KICKED OFF

    China's downshift continues; Japan's natural disasters were well captured by our tracker in Q3.

    Trackers, Asia, China, Japan, Tracker
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    ECONOMIC ROUNDUP: DUST OFF THE FED DECORDER RING

    With explicit forward guidance, central bank communication will be all over the place.

    Places, Banks, Bank
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    FOR YEARLONG CHANGES, PROFITS GROW WHEN CAPACITY UTILIZATION RISES

    Stronger capacity utilization will help to ward off a rise in the high-yield default rate.

    Rate
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    EUROPE WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS AND PREVIEW, 16 NOVEMBER, 2018

    GDP results for Germany should confirm the country's economy fared badly in the third quarter.

    Germany, Europe, Economy
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    JAPAN OUTLOOK: BRAVE FACE FRONTING ONCOMING CHALLENGES

    Economy remains in a sanguine spot despite rising downside risks.

    Japan, Economy
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    IS BREXIT TAKING SHAPE?

    There could be free trade in goods but limited services access to the single market.

    Trading, Service, Services, Market, Marketing
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    EUROPE DAILY BRIEFING: A BREATHER FOR THE ECB

    Core inflation finally rose in October, allowing the central bank to continue with plans to end QE this year.

    Europe, Banks, Bank
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    U.S. MANUFACTURING REMAINS ON SOLID FOOTING

    Manufacturing output rose 0.3% in October even with auto production dropping.

  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    CANADA WEEKLY: MANITOBA CHECKUP

    Manitoba's economy is slowing, but Winnipeg is outperforming.

    Economy
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    LATIN AMERICA ECONOMIC PREVIEW: 19-23 NOVEMBER

    Chile, Mexico and Peru will report economic moderation.

  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    ASIA-PACIFIC WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS AND PREVIEW, 16 NOVEMBER, 2019

    Japan's exports have had a rough run with disruptions from a string of natural disasters.

    Japan, Asia
  • By Economy   -   Nov 16, 2018

    ASIA-PACIFIC DAILY BRIEFING: HONG KONG AND MALAYSIA FIZZLE, SINGAPORE SIZZLES

    GDP growth in Malaysia and Hong Kong hit its slowest pace in two years in the third quarter.

    Asia
  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    OUTSTANDINGS OF BAA AND BAA3 CORPORATE BONDS SET NEW HIGHS

    Baa3 bonds are around an unprecedented 56.8% of high-yield U.S. corporates outstanding.

    Bond, Bonds
  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    ECONOMIC ROUNDUP: A SMOOTH TRANSITION

    U.S. labor market is helping support spending as consumers come off a tax-cut sugar high.

    Taxes, Market, Marketing, Tax
  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    U.S. HOUSING OUTLOOK: PRIME-AGE ADULTS HAVE NOT RE-ENTERED THE MARKET

    Households headed by those 35 to 64 are the main culprit for sustained weakness in homeownership.

    Sustainability, House, Market, Housing, Marketing
  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES' PRICE TAG IS STEEP, AND LIKELY TO RISE

    The fires' cost will almost certainly surpass $4 billion, perhaps by a large margin.

  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    TRIMMING OUR TRACKING ESTIMATES FOR Q3 AND Q4 U.S. GDP

    The economy has slowed a notch this quarter.

    Economy
  • By Economy   -   Nov 15, 2018

    U.S. RETAIL SALES WERE SOLID, BUT SIGNS EMERGE THAT TAX-CUT SUPPORT IS FADING

    In October, control retail sales were up only 2% annualized over the prior three months.

    Taxes, Tax, Sale