After a months-long period of treading water, corporate fixed income in foreign markets caught fire last week, posting the strongest gain for the major asset classes, based on a set of exchange-traded funds.
IMF predicts China’s economy will continue to slow in 2020: CNBC
Weak exports for Japan and S. Korea highlight global slowdown: Bloomberg
Johnson plans to bring his Brexit deal to a new vote in Parliament: WSJ
Japan’s top central banker outlines new plan to stimulate economy: Reuters
US Leading Economic Index reaffirms slow-growth outlook for US: MW
Is re-steepened US yield curve a bullish sign for economy? Maybe not: Nordea
Latest rally in US stock market leaves S&P 500 drawdown virtually nil at 1%: