Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
U.S. retail sales declined again in Feb., the third straight month, as bad winter weather stymied shopping.
The euro sank, to near parity with the dollar, after the European Central Bank started buying about $70 billion in bonds per month to stimulate Eurozone economies.
Japan and the U.S. failed to reach a tariff agreement on key products, autos and agricultural goods.
The Bank of England predicted inflation would remain below its 2% target for the next two years.
A cease fire in the Ukraine appears to be holding as each side removed heavy weaponry.
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