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Chinese automakers are shifting their focus to global markets outside the U.S. following the Biden administration's decision to impose 100% tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles (EVs).

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Despite this slowdown, overall economic activity remains robust, and the moderation could be good news for investors, as it may pave the way for potential interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve.

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The Federal Reserve faced significant challenges following World War II. Initially, it maintained low interest rates on U.S. debt as part of its wartime economic policy.

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In an effort to boots its economic prospects, China is inundating global markets with inexpensive goods, marking a multitrillion-dollar continuation of the China shock that reverberated through global manufacturing over twenty years ago.

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China announced an uptick in its economic performance for the initial quarter of the year, primarily fueled by the government's intensified focus on boosting manufacturing activities.

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The U.S. employment market showed signs of slowing down in February, with a slight decline in job availability, as indicated by the latest employment trends index.

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Owners of office buildings have been facing tough times since the Covid-19 pandemic began emptying their properties in early 2020.

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Two years ago, Federal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller proposed a groundbreaking economic strategy that suggested the Federal Reserve could successfully reduce inflation.

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American politicians are increasingly inclined to stimulate the economy with substantial government funding, a trend that has begun to elevate borrowing costs and is expected to maintain them at elevated levels well beyond the current inflation crisis.

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Despite recent data indicating strong inflation and job growth in January, the Federal Reserve maintains its perspective that it might lower interest rates later in the year.

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During the recent Lunar New Year holiday, an unprecedented number of Chinese travelers embarked on journeys, setting a new record for domestic travel during this festive period.

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