Hot issue is an important issue to have because the heat from the hottest issue in the world will affect the global economy.
The U.S. economy is in the midst of a recession, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 20% this year and the U.K. has seen a record 10% drop in sterling against the dollar this year.
The European Central Bank recently announced a 1.2% rise in its inflation target, and in the past week, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said a global cooling trend was the biggest threat to global peace.
In addition, the global economic outlook is getting worse.
The Dow Jones is down more than 400 points, the S&P 500 is down almost 50 points and the Nasdaq is down nearly 40 points.
The outlook for the U and U.W. economies are also in turmoil, with the Dow down more, the UBS Global Market Index down more and the British pound down nearly 50 points.
Hot issue matters to the world’s economies because it affects the ability of other economies to survive.
The heat from a hot issue can cause a market to crash, for example, or push people to the brink of homelessness, which in turn can cause financial problems.
It also can create more volatile markets for other countries that may have other issues that are harder to manage.
The hotter issue also impacts the economies of the countries where it is occurring, and that affects the economies around the world.
This has made hot issues such as hurricanes, pandemics and wildfires the top issue on hot issues lists, according to the National Hot Issues Forum.
Here are the hot issue numbers you need to know: 1.
The hottest issue is in China.
China’s stock market has hit a 10-year high and the Shanghai Composite has hit record highs.
It is the biggest market bubble in history and it is the hottest since 1998.
The S≈P 600 is down over 40 points since June and the Dow is down about 30 points.
There are about 100 hot issues that have reached a 10,000-point level.
The hot issue is causing a lot of chaos in the U in 2016.
The Federal Reserve’s QE program, which was designed to stimulate the economy, has been criticized for having an impact on the housing market, but that hasn’t stopped the Dow from soaring.
The Nasdaq has also jumped.
The price of the Dow’s 500-stock index is now up nearly 20% from its peak, and the S-mini-index is up more than 30%.
The top hot issue in China is the stock market.
The Shanghai Composite is now down about 3% and the Shenzhen Composite is down 5%.
The Dow is up nearly 60% in 2016, and a 5.7% rise is a big enough gain to break the record for the highest daily rise in a single day since 1999.
The stock market is in a bubble.
The bubble in the stock markets has been a concern for years.
Investors have been scared off by worries about a massive decline in the economy.
In fact, this has become the most-watched topic on the Web in China, according a Bloomberg News analysis.
The index is down roughly 5% in 2017, and another 5.3% in 2018.
The market has dropped about 25% from a peak in June, and it has dropped more than 25% since the start of the year.
The economy is going through an economic downturn.
The Chinese government recently announced plans to cut the rate of economic growth by 5% to 1.5% in 2019, the second-largest cut in more than three decades.
That has driven up stock prices and the government is selling bonds.
That is a risky strategy because the economy will be hurt even more by a recession.
The issue has hurt the U’s economy.
Hot issues can have a major impact on any economy, but it is especially damaging to the U because it causes the U to lag behind other countries when it comes to economic growth.
The unemployment rate in the United States has been at 4.3%, which is above the 5% level that has been reported by many economists.
It has also risen from 5.2%, the lowest since the Great Depression, to 6.2%.
The economy’s current account deficit is the third-biggest in the developed world, and its $2.6 trillion is bigger than the $1.9 trillion in gross domestic product that the U had in the year 2000.
The deficit has been growing in China and in Europe, so the hot issues have created some instability there as well.
The issues are causing a financial crisis.
The biggest hot issue of the U was the U-M net worth bubble, which led to the financial crisis in 2008.
That was a bubble that was caused by