Recession

As the U.S. Treasury yield curve has flattened over the last year and more particularly since the third quarter of 2017, many have wondered aloud if this development reflected a greater likelihood for a forthcoming recession.
Last week’s robust U.S. corporate announcement indicated that there’s a high chance for corporate America to get out of its five consecutive quarter long profit recession.
Britain's economy is shrinking at its fastest rate since the financial crisis after last month's Brexit vote, making a Bank of England rate cut tomorrow a "foregone conclusion", a closely watched survey of businesses showed.
Britain's economy will slide back into recession in the coming year, forcing the Bank of England next month to cut interest rates and start purchasing bonds again to support growth, according to a Reuters poll of economists.

Britain's decision to leave the European Union could drive the economy into recession and will force the Bank of England to ease its already ultra

If the bond market is to be believed, the world is heading for recession.

World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy co

USD/JPY initially gapped lower as traders bought the safe haven yen, but a weaker-than-expected Japanese GDP report quickly drove the pair back higher.

Employment report sheds further light on manufacturing weakness