1. Investors dash for shelter in bonds on trade war, recession concerns: BAML  Investing.com
  2. Recession fears just hit an 8-year high for the biggest investors on Wall Street  Business Insider
  3. Bonds haven't been this popular since the financial crisis as recession fears rise  CNBC
  4. Outlook: Stay invested but be cautious  The Edge Markets MY
  5. Recession Fears Spike to 2011 High as Risk of Bubbles Spreads  Yahoo Finance
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The percentage of large fund managers expecting a recession in the next 12 months just hit an eight-year high, relative to those who think one is unlikely... The percentage of large fund managers expecting a recession in the next 12 months just hit an eight-year high, relative to those who think one is unlikely...

Recession fears just hit an 8-year high for the biggest investors on Wall Street | Markets Insider

A roundup of what The Globe and Mail’s market strategist Scott Barlow is reading today on the WebA roundup of what The Globe and Mail’s market strategist Scott Barlow is reading today on the Web

It’s August for investors. ‘Put your shorts on,’ says Merrill Lynch - The Globe and Mail

One of the United States’ biggest banks now fears there’s a one-in-three chance of the country slipping into recession within the next 12 months.One of the United States’ biggest banks now fears there’s a one-in-three chance of the country slipping into recession within the next 12 months.

US recession: America-China trade war lifting likelihood of economic collapse

This is the most bullish outlook on fixed income since November 2008, as lower yields mean higher prices and capital appreciation for bondholdersThis is the most bullish outlook on fixed income since November 2008, as lower yields mean higher prices and capital appreciation for bondholders

The economy grew 2.1% in Q2 as a pullback in business stockpiling and exports offset strong spending by consumers. Recession fears continue to loom.The economy grew 2.1% in Q2 as a pullback in business stockpiling and exports offset strong spending by consumers. Recession fears continue to loom.

Economy: GDP grew at 2.1% in second quarter as recession fears loomed

“Trump's trade war could spark a recession, warns Goldman Sachs https://t.co/7mLlsHxYIR”

Ali Velshi on Twitter: "Trump's trade war could spark a recession, warns Goldman Sachs https://t.co/7mLlsHxYIR"

“It's the "R" word: The Finance 202: U.S.-China trade war increases recession likelihood, analysts say https://t.co/RguhyLirCp”

Michelle Singletary on Twitter: "It's the "R" word: The Finance 202: U.S.-China trade war increases recession likelihood, analysts say https://t.co/RguhyLirCp"

“Investors dash for shelter in bonds on trade war, recession concerns: BAML https://t.co/gd1FaHj58I”

Jennifer Ablan on Twitter: "Investors dash for shelter in bonds on trade war, recession concerns: BAML https://t.co/gd1FaHj58I"

“Trump's 'Sadomasochistic' Recession Gives China The Last Laugh — #tradewar ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ #China https://t.co/o4Qxg5cSET”

William Pesek on Twitter: "Trump's 'Sadomasochistic' Recession Gives China The Last Laugh — #tradewar ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ #China https://t.co/o4Qxg5cSET"

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The chances of a recession in the next year have risen to about a third, in large part because of President Trump's trade war, according to a Bank of America analysis.The chances of a recession in the next year have risen to about a third, in large part because of President Trump's trade war, according to a Bank of America analysis.

Bank of America says risk of recession next year is 1 in 3 | TheHill

The chances of a recession in the next year have risen to about a third, in large part because of President Trump's trade war, according to a Bank of America analysis.The chances of a recession in the next year have risen to about a third, in large part because of President Trump's trade war, according to a Bank of America analysis.

Bank of America says risk of recession next year is 1 in 3 | TheHill

Debt markets are flashing recession warning signs as sovereign bond yields slide at their fastest pace in years and the value of those in negative territory climbs to record highs.Debt markets are flashing recession warning signs as sovereign bond yields slide at their fastest pace in years and the value of those in negative territory climbs to record highs.

Slide in bond yields deepens fears of worldwide recession