The gloomy outlook matches the experience of what’s been a rough year for financial markets.
Bulls hoping for a late-cycle rally in risk assets are looking a lot happier this Monday than last.
Morgan Stanley Upgrades '19 China Stocks Call on Trade Ceasefire
While there are mounting signs that China’s economy is slowing further this quarter.
Morgan Stanley sees the U.S. economy in a sharp slowdown next year.
JPMorgan Says Don't Play the Downturn, the S&P Will Bounce Back
Stock Market Is Oversold, Says Aussie Fund Waiting to Jump In
Bond-Fund Giant Is Wary on Adding China Debt to Global Portfolios
In the bond market, traders have already started to pare back bets on Fed tightening over the next year or so.
When did quantitative easing turn to quantitative tightening?
China Ditches Deleveraging, Posing Hit to Yuan, Citigroup Says
Quantitative Tightening Not So Frightening, Even as Stocks Slump
‘Growth of credit in dollars has outpaced that of other foreign currencies in all major emerging-market regions.’
Goldman Says Trade-Fear Driven Slide in China Has Gone Too Far
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest bank to downgrade its forecasts for China’s exchange rate
PBOC will probably pursue a looser monetary policy to shore up growth in face of the threats to trade, says JP Morgan.
Fading U.S. Tax Tailwind May Breathe Life Into Bruised EM Stocks
Hawkish Fed Means Dollar to Pass 115 Yen, $1.13 vs Euro: NatWest
Morgan Stanley Says Traders Mispricing Fed at Both Ends of Curve
Shanghai Could Become Asia's New York, Top Sovereign Fund Says
Biggest U.S. Premium Over Europe Since '80s Fails to Help Dollar