This is embarrassing in the land of super-stimulus via the ECB’s negative-interest-rate policy and years of QE.
Ugly long-term charts that Wall Street doesn’t want us to see. And now US stocks are infected too.
Bottom fishers were taken out the back and shot.
After “the worst-on-record unbelievably bad” November, even e-commerce gets hit, not just brick & mortar, on fears Christmas sales could be terrible.
In the feverish reshuffling of financial services for a post-Brexit world, London still comes out ahead, but less so.
Export-Dependent Germany Hit by More than US-China Trade War.
The French megabanks are on the hook.
No economy is as dependent on a trade surplus as Germany.
Time is running out. March 29 is the deadline. Urgent action is needed. But it’s not happening.
How does it compare to German, Japanese, and Chinese yield curves?