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Investing.com - This week investors will be watching to see how the Federal Reserve may respond to recession fears whipped up by the inversion of the Treasury yield curve.
Walmart released impressive Q2 results yesterday. Its performance was driven primarily by its growth engines, the US and Walmex (mainly Mexico) regions.
Target (TGT) is chalking out strategies to adapt to the fast-changing retail landscape. These are likely to favorably impact second-quarter results.
Markets were lower during the beginning of the trading session on Aug 15, following China's comments of taking retaliatory measures against Trump's tariffs threat.
Strong consumer spending and a healthy labor market have been the saving grace for the U.S. economy, which is trying to avoid getting wrapped up in a global slowdown that’s already taken hold in China and Germany. “If we get a recession, it will be a slow motion accident, so there are opportunities to stop it and really change course,” Kristina Hooper, chief market strategist at Invesco tells Yahoo Finance’s “The First Trade.” “A lot of it has to do of course with trade policy, but it is not a foregone conclusion that a recession is occurring.”
Strong consumer spending indicates that the U.S. economy, which is currently in its record 11th year of expansion, will maintain momentum.