Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— US economic growth for 4th quarter 2016 was revised up to 2.1% (from 1.9%), on consumer spending.
— In tough stance, the Eurozone said it will finalize new trade deals with Britain only after Brexit occurs.
— The European Central Bank will start to trim stimulus on April 3, a risk for weaker Eurozone countries.
— Mexico raised key lending rates again, as inflation rose to 5.3% in March, the highest level since 2009.
— South Africa’s currency fell 4% as finance minister was fired; country back in turmoil.
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