Expanded tariffs by both Washington and Beijing will affect ‘prices paid in stores,’ he says.
Escalating conflict may slice corporate earnings and lower employment, firm warns.
Billionaire investor says dollar’s status could be weakened.
Service providers like Google will best manufacturers such as Apple, firm figures.
Celebrated bond investor decries ballooning federal debt, doubts GDP growth is as good as reported.
Glenview’s Larry Robbins sees real danger in drug-price regulation, but doubts Medicare for All can happen politically.
Hedge fund chief, a GOP donor, points to Venezuela to prove case.
Billionaire activist investor joins Buffett and Powell in criticizing loose-spending plan.
Firm’s economists think the pace will slow to 1.1% in the current quarter.
Recovery in raw materials should persist if an expected end to the trade tiff comes.
But latest estimates indicate slight improvement from previous calls.
Expanding stockpiles and surging shale pumping may put upper limit on petrol reprise.
Despite political pressure to reduce them, the central bank seems tilted toward eventual hikes.
Rebound comes after a bruising 2018, as health care and emerging markets do well.