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Resumen Semanal del 5 al 9 de Agosto

  • On their own, the tariffs are unlikely to force the U.S. into recession, as they account for just 0.14% of U.S. gross domestic product, according to Keith Lerner, chief market strategist at SunTrust
  • Beijing’s currency depreciation escalated the U.S.-China trade war days after President Trump vowed to impose 10% tariffs starting Sept. 1 on about $300 billion in Chinese goods that are not currently subject to levies. The depreciation could also pressure the Federal Reserve to consider more interest-rate cuts. U.S. stocks fell by their most all year Monday, then rallied before faltering Friday. For the week, the Dow industrials fell 0.7% to 26,287.44, the S&P 500 lost 0.5% to 2918.18, and the Nasdaq Composite shed 0.6% to 7959.14.
  • Buy some gold! and beats the SPX for the year
  • Kristalina Georgieva, new head of the IMF.
  • Oil back to square one. Buying opportunity?
  • China Exports surprise on the upside 3.3%, e 2.1%, june -1.6% and Germany IP Worst -5.2% e -3.5%
  • AMD blows the cover +15% in one day
  • Uber misses, Lyft do not.
  • PPI at 8:30 1.7% as expected. The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its consumer price index for July. Expectations are for a 1.8% year-over-year rise, up from June’s 1.6%. The core CPI, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, is seen jumping 2.1%, even with June’s number.
  • Argentina PASO this weekend , what is the meaning. Most likely elections will go to a second round. Like in 2015. Big Rally on Friday