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Economic News - 6/20/2017 4:35:31 AM   
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Positive Economic Feelings of Americans, No Help For Trump, CNBC says

The American economy remains optimistic as shown in the All-America Economic Survey by CNBC, along with some leading components reaching its highest level, however, this optimism does not help the president.

The poll shows that 800 U.S. citizens or 30 percent of the populace believe that the economy is in upbeat as of this moment until the future. It's the highest percentage recorded in the past two successive quarters amid survey's 10-year history.

There are 54 percent who think that house price will surge in 2018 and 44 percent who deems that their earnings will further rose for the following year. The stocks as well demonstrated a positive stance as there were 44 percent assumed that this period is a time for good investment

However, the positive tone of Trump’s economy does not contribute much help towards the approval rating of the state’s leader which showed a 37 percent decline based on the recent survey versus 39 percent result in April. President D. Trump’s approval on the economy is down to 41 percent and 44 percent in April. Moreover, negative factors may arise driven by various groups particularly laborers such as blue collar, independents, and retirees.

As the public has split belief, the poll found that quarter of the United States economy is becoming better due to policies adopted by the president. On one side, there are 22 percent who said that his plans worsen the country.


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Economic News - 6/22/2017 10:29:15 PM   
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Economists Predicted Optimistic Outlook for China’s Economy

According to the most recent poll, Chinese economists have a positive outlook regarding the future of the country’s economy. Forecasts say that the economic growth of China will gain 6.6 percent, this means that aggregate needs of China is extended up to 2034 only in order to take after the United States.

The survey was released by the bi-monthly journal, China Economist last June 14 which shows 131 analysis questionnaires. The study is done quarterly conducted by investment banks, research institutions, and widely-known economists.

Financial experts that came from the western and central regions of China estimated that the country will expand from 6.63 to 6.6 percent which is higher versus its rivals from the east. While the majority of the analyst believes that manufacturing in China will remain unchanged. The survey further indicates the upbeat tone of Chinese economist regarding the Republic’s better performance driven by the government confidence.

There are 35.2 percent of experts that the national debt of the country became much stable rather than of the U.S, considering its debt-to-GDP ratio is almost low and its growth rate in GDP is quite high.

Moreover, there are 91.2 percent economists who support the 100-day action plan designed by US President, Donald Trump as they deemed that the American economy can fully recover along with potential revitalization of the manufacturing sector of the state.


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Economic News - 6/23/2017 12:37:46 AM   
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U.S. Bond Market Flat Yield Curve Warns the Economy

Federal Reserve authorities are applying more on a hawkish side on the next rate hike signifying less confident prediction for long-term economic growth. The U.S. Treasury yield curve giving a flat yield curve forebodes warning signals on the economy. Buyers will look out for higher yields especially for long-term debts when costs increase.

Dallas Fed president said that the cause of the yield curve is the weakened market growth while the New York Fed president described the reason to be the low offshore inflation and borrowing rates instead of a sluggish economic growth.

However, the flat yield curve could further ease the current financial condition amid the efforts of Fed to tighten its monetary policies but would benefit riskier assets such as stocks that are not easily affected by the strength of the economy. Nevertheless, the Fed cannot manage the whole monetary base since there are still parts under shadow banking which are larger than what the Fed controls in the present as described by a market strategist.


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