White-hot panic about global trade may have eased a bit in recent weeks but the economic outlook is no easier to call for the U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed) as it prepares for a meeting on interest rates this week.
While the United States and China declared another truce and odds fell that Britain will crash out of the European Union, any improvements are as liable to be suddenly dashed as they are to lead to success.
Amid the uncertainty, Fed policymakers appear ready to approve the third interest rate cut in a row as they grow more worried about the future, some daring even to use the dreaded word "recession."
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