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Will the risk of recession remain in the hands of central banks?

Will the risk of recession remain in the hands of central banks?

The bond markets have turned too quickly away from the subject of inflation, and are more interested in the prospects for growth. Global central banks are aggressively tightening policy to rein in decades-high inflation, sparking fears of an impending economic recession. The latest US inflation data has slowed slightly, but is still far too high …

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US banks in good health, foresight in the face of economic turmoil

US banks in good health, foresight in the face of economic turmoil

Galloping inflation, consumer confidence at half mast, war in Ukraine, uncertainty about Fed policy: the dangers for growth are multiple, acknowledged the CEOs, like Jamie Dimon. During their quarterly results, the major American banks painted the picture of a resilient American economy and of customers, both individuals and businesses, who are fairly well equipped to …

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Central banks will continue their restrictive monetary policy

Central banks will continue their restrictive monetary policy

“The sharp rise in interest rates has led to a general correction of valuations in the financial markets. Added to this are concerns about a hard landing in the economy, ”explains Matthias Geissbühler. The first half of the year was disappointing for investors. All investment categories fell significantly in value, with the exception of gold …

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