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Phoenix, AZ 85016
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Financial and Economic Brief - October 4, 2018

• Economy Looks Good - Following Jerome Powell’s description of the U.S. economic outlook as “remarkably positive”, people are wondering how long this “rosy” period might last.

• Canada, Mexico, U.S. New Trade Deal - Canada has agreed to join the U.S. and Mexico in a trade deal that will replace NAFTA, according to officials.

• Honda Takes Stake in GM - Honda Motor Co will invest $2 billion & take a 5.7% stake in General Motors' Cruise self-driving vehicle unit, to jointly develop self-driving vehicles for deployment in ride services fleets around the world.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 4, 2018

• New NAFTA Deal without Canada? - The Canadian dollar fell against the U.S. dollar after President Trump said the U.S. and Mexico could move forward without Canada in a new NAFTA deal.

• China Lures Talent from Taiwan - A veteran engineer of one of Taiwan’s top-tier chipmakers took an offer from a Chinese state-backed chipmaker last year and now oversees a small team in eastern China.

• Tesla’s Stock Price Forecast Slashed - JP Morgan Chase cut its price target on Tesla, causing its shares to briefly tumble.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 7, 2018

• 5% Treasury Yield Warning - JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer, Jamie Dimon, warned investors that they should get ready for U.S. yields of 5 percent.

• Oil Rises after Production Falls - Oil rose on Monday after Saudi crude production fell in July and U.S. drilling appeared to slow down, although the price is still almost 10 percent below its 2018 high of more than $80 a barrel.

• Pepsi Co. CEO Stepping Down - Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo. CEO, is stepping down but will remain as chairwoman of the board of directors until early 2019.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 3, 2018

• Consumer Sentiment Rises - Chief Economist for The University of Michigan's survey Richard Curtin said one-in-four consumers mentioned the potential negative impact of tariffs on the domestic economy.

• ADM in Talks with Neovia - Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) is in talks to take over French animal feed business Neovia for 1.5 billion euros ($1.75 billion) in order to expand in the animal nutrition sector.

• Tesla Meets Production Target - Tesla's first mass production vehicle missed two Ņambitious' production targets, but Musk promised investors that the company would make 5,000 Model 3s per week by this time of year.

Financial and Economic Brief - June 26, 2018

• Harley-Davidson Moving Some Production Overseas - The EU launched tariffs on American imports like bourbon, peanut butter and orange juice on Friday.

• Oil Prices Fall - Brent crude oil fell by more than 1% today as investors prepared for an extra 1 million barrels per day (bpd) to hit the markets after OPEC and its partners agreed to raise production to “stop the gap” between supply and demand.

• SEC Probes Earnings per Share - The SEC is investigating whether publicly traded U.S. companies have been rounding up their quarterly earnings to the next highest cent.

Financial and Economic Brief - June 19, 2018

• U.S. GDP Models, Higher - The U.S. economy is likely growing faster than expected, and raised its second-quarter growth forecast to 4 percent from 3.9% on Friday, citing strong manufacturing economic data.

• DJIA Falls amid Growing Trade Tensions - The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 200 points on Monday morning as well as the other major indexes, as China’s “retaliatory action” against U.S. tariffs renewed fears of a trade war.

• Eurozone vs. Greek Government - Eurozone finance ministers are ready to face a conflict this week with the Greek government over the terms of a “golden goodbye” as Greece prepares to leave its third bailout program.