Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— The US economy entered 2017 in good shape, as Donald Trump became 45th President.
— The Fed will weigh effect of Trump policies in making 2017 interest rate decisions.
— China’s debt (gov’t and private) could surpass 285% of GDP in 2017, up 90% since 2008.
— The European Central Bank kept its stimulus efforts unchanged, as expected.
— OPEC sees the global surplus in oil shrinking in 2017; US shale drilling could derail that.
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