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Trump doesn't have any deep insights into the US economy

That’s according to Kristin Lindow at ratings agency Moody’s

  • Trump isn’t predictable at all
  • Doesn’t know anything about currency wars

Straight and to the point.

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트럼프의 다음 타깃은 어디가 될까?

by Lananh Nguyen

원제 : Who Will Trump Blast Next Over Their Currencies?

트럼프 행정부의 환율조작국에 대한 경고와 관련하여, 시장은 다음 타깃이 어디가 될지 우려하고 있다. 49 more words

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3 Feb 2017 (AFR,FTimes) - Trump devaluation claims raise fears of global currency war

(3 February 2017, AFR, p29, Financial Times)

‘The Trump administration’s willingness to break with tradition and comment about currency valuations has raised fears that the US might lead the world into a new round of currency wars, angering and unnerving allies. 27 more words

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Trump, trade adviser signal displeasure with U.S. 'strong dollar' policy

By Sinead Carew and Jamie McGeever | NEW YORK/LONDON Tue Jan 31, 2017 | 9:40pm EST

U.S. President Donald Trump and a top economics adviser on Tuesday unleashed a barrage of criticism against Germany, Japan and China, saying the three key U.S. 885 more words

Tesla and Fiat Chrysler is up about 80% since the election

The focus now is how Donald Trumps policies are going to "Make America Great again". One of the first things Trump did was to shut down the TPP agreement, which is favoring TPP… 491 more words

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Trump: U.S. Dollar is "Too Strong"?

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Trump said this:

Mr. Trump said the U.S. dollar was already “too strong” in part because China holds down its currency, the yuan.

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Strong Dollar - Why global markets need to be cautious

Global bond guru, Mohammed El Erian, has warned the world markets about the perils of a strong dollar. As the world is coming to believe that a strong dollar could be a big benefit, Erian’s views are of tremendous value. 435 more words

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