Friday , 23 October 2020


Tag Archives: trade war

Fate Of Stock Market Now In Donald Trump’s Hands – Here’s Why

Bank of America's proprietary "Global Wave" indicator [see below] has just peaked for only the tenth time in 25 years and both the economy and markets are now set to stagnate for the next year, or worse, if more adverse developments emerge. Which scenario the markets will follow will depend on how the U.S.-China (and global) trade war develops; in other words, the fate of the stock market is now in Donald Trump's hands.

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Setting The Record Straight On Canada-U.S. Trade

What rankles Canadians the most is the total mischaracterization of the trade relationship and the complete denial by the Trump Administration as to the facts of the bilateral relationship. Let’s look at the overall situation and then some specific sectors that have been singled out in the cross-border trade disputes.

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Which U.S. States Are Most & Least Vulnerable to a Trade War?

Any impending trade war would pose the largest direct risk to states that are dependent on buying and selling goods on international markets. Today’s visualization comes to us from HowMuch.net, and it shows every U.S. state and district organized by GDP size, as well as percentage of GDP resulting from international trade.

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