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No catalysts for global recession as Brexit gets long extension

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The overall macro message I have been making the past several months is that the global economy has cooled to perhaps its slowest growth since the financial crisis. Yet, when we look for signs of imminent recession in the US or for catalysts for a global recession, there are none. A no-deal Brexit w...

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The overall macro message I have been making the past several months is that the global economy has cooled to perhaps its slowest growth since the financial crisis. Yet, when we look for signs of imminent recession in the US or for catalysts for a global recession, there are none. A no-deal Brexit w...

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I am a former European credit markets and M&A guy who started out as a diplomat. — so I have some pretty diverse interests.

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