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Argentina: GDP forecast for 2018 slashed to 2.7% (from 3.6%) on the back of weaker exports and manufacturing as well as higher inflation and a more volatile exchange rate
There have been important changes to the forecast in recent months. Argentina’s apparently strong recovery in H1 2017 lost momentum during H2, with a clear deterioration in the composition of growth. ...
United States: Quick Take: January Business Inventories Up 0.6%
Business inventories were up 0.6% in January, in line with consensus expectations. This follows a 0.5% gain in December.
Argentina: BCRA holds rates with an eye on CPI and another on FX
The BCRA kept rates on hold at 27.25% for a third meeting in a row on March 13, in line with expectations. The Bank also justified its recent interventions in the FX markets as occasional and compleme...
United States: Core producer prices continue to firm in February
Headline and core PPI each advanced an expected 0.2% in February. Headline PPI inflation ticked up to 2.8% y/y from 2.7% y/y last month, keeping the gradual up-trend intact. Excluding food and energy,...
United States: Another disappointing month for retail sales
Retail sales were soft for another month in February, falling 0.1%, while core sales were sluggish. Nominal retail sales have fallen for a third consecutive month. It was an all-around weak report fro...
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The AI Paradox: How robots are making work more human
Over the next decade, a great wave of technological change will wash through the economy, transforming the nature of work and the shape of the labour market. We collaborated with Cisco to study the im... more
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Re #Steel & #Aluminum #tariffs, US Trade Rep confirmed that Canada, Mexico, EU, Brazil, Australia, Argentina, South Korea are all exempt. Impact of tariff now only 30% of original announcement! Our conclusion: watch what Washington does, not what it says: https://t.co/fYNsVPlrZP https://t.co/4VJdI8QrNB
RT @GregDaco: US durable goods #orders post strong 3.1% rebound in Feb. Shipments solid +0.9%. More importantly, core orders +1.8% & core #…
RT @GregDaco: #Steel & Aluminum #tarriffs update. US Trade Rep Lighthizer confirms during Senate Finance Committee testimony that these cou…
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