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This Week In The Economy: ‘Self-Inflicted’ Damage To Global Growth, Manufacturing’s Prolonged Struggle, Housing Market’s Struggles

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.

IMF Slams ‘Self-Inflicted’ Damage To Global Economy’s Growth Prospects

Manufacturing Sector Down In The Dumps As Pain From Sluggish Global Economy Increases

Quick Fire Round

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Source: FTN Financial

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Founder — SW4 Insights. Public policy junkie and Central Bank Watcher. Recovering journalist and former Senior Director at Hamilton Place Strategies

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