Nightly Business Report – September 10, 2018April 8, 2019
CNBC – October 10, 2018April 8, 2019
Chris Zaccarelli discusses why the market’s initial reaction to new tariffs was positive and also why more caution was warranted. China taking steps to prolong the trade war meant a resolution may not come as quickly as all had hoped earlier in the year, so Chris listed changes he made in light of this information and why he viewed the 2’s-10’s spread – in terms of an inverted yield curve – as not as predictive of the next recession as many people think.
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