(Bloomberg) — Welcome to Tuesday, Americas. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help you start the day:
President Donald Trump heads into the November election on track to be the first U.S. leader since World War II to oversee a net loss of jobs during a four-year term
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is preparing to face tough questions in today’s debate on how he would approach China if he wins the White House in November
The world-renowned medical center in Cleveland, which hosts the first U.S presidential debate, embodies the American inequality paradoxHere’s Bloomberg Economics’ latest U.S. swing state dashboardHouse Democrats released a scaled back $2.2 trillion proposal to extend support to the U.S. economy in face of the continuing damage from the coronavirus pandemicHow Trump’s Federal Reserve woes worsened after economist Marc Sumerlin rebuffed a role at the U.S. central bankChina reduced the pace of its purchases of U.S. goods in August, making slow progress in meeting the goals of its trade deal with the world’s biggest economyThe Argentine government is weighing a temporary cut on some export taxes to boost dollar inflows as its foreign reserves fall to a three-year low, according to people with knowledge of the matterPresident Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is planning to transform Mexico on the cheapThe U.K. could be facing a long-term increase in the size of the state as well as a substantial tax increase as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Institute for Fiscal StudiesEconomic confidence in the euro area improved for a fifth month, albeit at a slower pace as resurgent virus infections cast uncertainty over the outlook
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