Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— US wage growth stalled in Jan., despite job gains, making a Fed interest rate hike in March less likely.
— The Trump administration intends to roll back post-crisis financial regulations; stocks rallied on news.
— A US border tax is part of the tax reform legislation being developed by US House Republicans.
— The Eurozone is facing higher odds for another exit (Greece again), as it negotiates Britain’s exit.
— Japan’s economy has grown four quarters in a row (through 4Q 2016), as weaker yen helps exports.
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