Price boosts of 3% or so would spur the economy and stocks, the Leuthold strategist argues.
It’s not pretty: History shows that this bad combo pares equities’ median returns by 2%, Goldman says.
Forget the V and U trajectories of yore, LPL’s Gilbert says.
A surging China elbows others, the deficit-burdened US struggles, and Brexit is in the pits.
Some $2.9 trillion, hoarded by rich nations’ consumers, will fuel post-virus spending, Bloomberg Economics thinks.
There are three reasons why, after long dwelling at subterranean levels, the cost of money will eventually poke its head up.