Look for Christine Lagarde to turn the ECB into a champion of fiscal stimulus.
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President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized his own Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, for keeping U.S. interest rates too high, despite a projected slowing in the economy. Yet a Labor Department report Friday showed that U.S. jobs growth continued at a strong pace in June, prompting some economists to assert that drastic monetary stimulus isn't warranted.
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The poor economic trend in the past 10 months or so is pointing toward an interest rate cut. But looking under the hood of that data could paint an even darker picture.
It's time to move past the 'bad news is good news and vice versa' mentality.
A few experts explain, but so does all the market data.
Global government bond yields tumbled Wednesday, taking German bunds to fresh record lows, as investors reacted to both weakening manufacturing data and the potential appointment of central bank executives in both Europe and the United States that are expected to support further interest rate reductions.