Brazil will beat Germany to win soccer’s World Cup and also will score the most goals, according to a survey of economists across 52 countries.
Call it the “new neutral.”
Global central bankers sounded the alert about the calmness in financial markets, saying it risked creating future instability and complicating monetary policy.
Most German stocks rose as data showing that U.S. companies hired more workers than economists had forecast outweighed a release revealing the U.S. economy grew at a slower-than-expected pace in the first quarter.
The global economy is rebooting for “Great Moderation 2.0.”
"There's clear momentum behind the economy and there's nothing obvious out there that suggests a sudden slowdown in the next few months."
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