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U.S. | 4 September 2018 Is Fear of Further Tariffs Boosting Capex and Inventory-Building?
While we were out, most of the core domestic economic data were quite strong, with the exception of the soft July home sales numbers and the Michigan consumer sentiment survey.

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4 September 2018 Is Fear of Further Tariffs Boosting Capex and Inventory-Building?

By Ian Shepherdson

While we were out, most of the core domestic economic data were quite strong, with the exception of the soft July home sales numbers and the Michigan consumer sentiment survey.

Posted: 4th Sep 2018 in 'U.S.'

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