World economic outlook downgraded to 3.3% growth in 2019.
Chase CEO cites economic worries in annual shareholder letter.
A solid 75% are looking for a downturn, yet just 15% think a recession will occur in 2020, Deloitte survey indicates.
Analysts’ consensus is for a drop in first quarter profits, but a tepid recovery for the rest of 2019.
OECD lowers its GDP forecasts for nearly all G20 countries.
Nation lays out investment blueprints to hedge against slowing economy.
A slowdown and trade war won’t derail world’s second-largest economy, they say.
Survey finds 55% of corporate financial chiefs expect a downturn, a marked decline in optimism.
Departing Merkel has highest confidence rating, with other major leaders lagging behind badly.
Maybe not. The homebuilding industry has been a shadow of its former self since the recession.
Jim Paulsen says public optimism is now so high that stocks likely have peaked.
The US and the world’s economies should be fine in 2018, then start to slow, IHS Markit predicts.