More evidence is emerging that China’s economic growth is likely to slow further.
With the dollar’s renewed strength and slower global demand, commodities are under pressure again.
Brazil’s economic uncertainty continues to worsen.
China’s central bank followed up with a second rate cut this year.
The Fed Funds futures continue to point to the first Fed rate hike in late Q3/early Q4 of 2015.The debate is now focused on whether this timing is unrealistic. To be sure, whether we have a hike in September of 2015 or in January of 201…