The Weekly Brief

JP Morgan
By September 1, 2017 11:02

The Weekly Brief

Thought of the week

In the US, as measured by the Philadelphia Fed business survey, planned capital expenditure over the next six months has increased significantly since last year. In July, the survey reached its highest level since 1984, which suggests that US economic growth should remain well supported by business investment in the coming months. The US consumer is also healthy. Retail sales are growing by 4.2% year on year, consumer confidence remains high and the unemployment rate continues to fall. Investors worrying about a slowdown in the US should be comforted by the flow of positive data, as it continues to provide a supportive backdrop for US equities

JP Morgan
By September 1, 2017 11:02


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