While the latest U.S. economic expansion’s duration has achieved a new record, it has lagged in terms of nominal growth. In this new CIO special report we outline the current macro-economic backdrop along with the risks that the U.S. economy now faces.

  • The ongoing U.S. economic expansion has already made its mark in the history books, but downside risks lie ahead as we approach an ailing end of the year.
  • Softer business investment, increased uncertainties, and an ailing manufacturing sector may challenge both policymakers and consumers.
  • Investors should keep a close eye on service sector resilience as any further weakness may be the critical variable in keeping this economic expansion alive.
     

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