Hi, everyone. Ending the week we look at China’s unveiling of retaliatory tariffs on some U.S. products. We look at how central bankers are responding to the looming threat of recession. With people increasingly more focused on global economic health and saving the planet, we look at this as indicated through rising prices and falling bond yields. Apple readies its new lineup of iPhones iPads, and larger MacBook Pro. And we read about the money diet, and a common money regimen can backfire on your financial goals.
China will soon unveil a plan to impose retaliatory tariffs on certain U.S. products, the editor in chief of China’s Global Times newspaper said.
Central bankers debate challenges as recession concerns rise.
People are clearly very worried about the direction of the world economy. Bond yields fall when prices rise, which tends to happen when investors get scared about growth and start looking for safe places to put their money.
The iPhone maker is weeks away from revamping its most important products.
There’s plenty of disagreement about whether diets truly work, and whether money diets are effective.