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Don’t look now, but global economic reports are starting to surprise investors in a good way

“Economic data continued to disappoint in early 2019, though more recent readings have shown signs of stabilization” writes Deputy Markets Editor for It’s worth watching, however, because it picks up changes much more quickly than the 12-week window (captured by the black line) which is similar to what’s used in most economic surprise indexes, he noted.Efforts by China to boost its economy, which is facing cyclical headwinds as well as trade-related worries, have also cheered investors.At the same time, worries over the outlook for global growth have at times shadowed markets.

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