This Week In The Economy: Fed On Hold Until 2020, UK Gets Brief Reprieve, Global Exporters’ Woes Drag On

Welcome to a regular snapshot-review of U.S. and international economic news that aims to 1) provide a window into the challenges and decisions facing businesses today, 2) determine the direction of economic policy — such as the speed at which central banks decide to raise interest rates, and 3) assess what the impact will be for consumers.

Federal Reserve Unlikely To Raise Interest Rates Again Until 2020

UK Granted Extension By EU As Brexit Chaos Drags On

Slowing Global Economy, Trade War Continues To Hit World’s Exporters

Home Stretch For China-U.S. Trade Talks?

OPEC + Major Oil Producers Predict Even More Cuts to Oil Output

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