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US Fiscal Spend Needs to be 'Intelligently Targeted'

Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global

31-Mar-17 07:07

US Fiscal Spend Needs to be 'Intelligently Targeted'

The US 4Q16 GDP grew faster than expected, which Kingsley says is a "continuation of a positive trend of the underlying strength" of the world's largest economy. He also shares his outlook on global markets, and the balance of risks between politics and economics.


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Tags:  US economic growthBrexitconsumer spendinginfrastructure spendDonald TrumpFedFOMCXi JinpingChinaECBpolicy divergence





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