What Happened This Week in the World Economy and Why It Matters

Predictable, and still a bit jarring: The Federal Reserve forged ahead on the tightening path, and big-buck tariffs between the U.S. and China took effect, plunging those two economies further into trade hostilities. Meanwhile, the Bank for International Settlements warns that central banks aren’t ready for a storm that could be coming. Here’s our weekly
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The classification of certain potentially hazardous cargoes is on the agenda of the IMO’s Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC 5, 10-14 September).  The Sub-Committee will consider a newly identified phenomenon which affects some bauxite cargoes, known as dynamic separation, which can cause instability of the cargo and ship says an IMO release.
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