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Warren And Trump: Both Want To Sink The Dollar
If China is "dumping" goods below cost, it is to the advantage of the US, not China. Standards of living increase when the cost of goods declines. That is the final bottom line in this mess.
Ho Ho Ho It's Magic: Deutsche Bank, Market Cap $14B To Spin Off $50B In Assets
This story makes perfect sense, in some magical alternate universe somewhere.
Why Brexit Must Be Delivered (And Johnson Will Do It)
There is no question Johnson will deliver Brexit. The only question is "How?"
Two Million Protesters Flood Streets Of Hong Kong: What's It All About?
Protests in Hong Kong have been growing. Unsure why? We take a look at how it all started and what it means.
Trade War With India Starts: How Trump Is Winning The Global War In 10 Tweets
After a year of talks on U.S. barriers to Indian steel and aluminum, India retaliates against Trump.
Trump Warns Of Worst Ever Stock Market Crash If He's Not Reelected
In a "Keep America Great" Tweet, Trump Foresees an Epic Crash if he's not reelected.
Strong Retail Sales Report Counting Upward Revisions
The May retail sales number missed expectations slightly but the Census Bureau upgraded April from -0.2% to +0.3%. The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report was a strong one, especially in light of revisions.
Agricultural Export Prices Down 2.5% In Two Months, Down 5.3% Year-Over-Year
Prices for U.S. imports declined 0.3 percent in May, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
Stop Boris Madness In Five Pictures
Delusional Remainers believe Tories will rally around Gove, Hunt, or Javid. Forget about it.
Economic Illiterates At The Fed And Econoday Are Not Cheering Today's CPI Report
There is no economic benefit to inflation. The average second-grader understands it's better to get 10 gumballs for a dollar than 1. The average economic doesn't.
Debate Over Brexit Fee: Would Nonpayment Constitute Default? Who Owes Whom?
Round and round we go. After more than two years the UK and EU are still debating Brexit breakup fees.
Italy's Mini-BOT Trojan Horse Could Blow Up The Eurozone
​Italy owes creditors close to half a trillion euros in Target2 liabilities. If Italy defaults, it will pay back claims in the Mini-BOT, if at all. Good luck with that, ECB.
Trump "Boom" In One Picture
Deficits have only been at this level in or shortly after a recession. Unfortunately, this is the new normal.
Trump Says "Fed Didn't Listen To Me", Now Seeks "Level Playing Field" With China
It's far too late to reverse this nonsense. A global recession looms. Currency wars by any name will not stop the next recession.
Investigating Trump's Trade War Through The Eyes Of China
Let's take a look at how China sees the escalation of the trade war as described by the Xinhua News Agency in Beijing.
Discrepancy Between Jobs And Employment Persists: Expect More Negative Revisions
The BLS revised away 75,000 jobs in April and May. The discrepancy between jobs and employment is still massive. Neither the BLS nor ADP makes any effort to weed out duplicate social security numbers.
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