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Aussie Traders Community 1h
imposes retaliatory on the Global intensifying...
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Mark Tepper 35m
2H19 expectations are too high given . As they get lowered, it’ll put downward pressure on - My take on - This could be 'the next shoe to drop' with stocks at all-time highs
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Stephen Olson 21m
Price tag for US estimated to be $22 billion.
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Cornishview 2h
This morning saying what damage to UK exports if we Leave when day after the impose tariffs. Let them try - reciprocal on their vast exports to will be an economic disaster for Germany and France. Bring it on - we can benefit
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Scott Gibbons 9h
Asia300: Chinese companies face surging write-offs
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TDP Academy 2h
G20 will only make it worse.... #SPX#DAX
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Rohail Sindhu Jun 20
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Tax Foundation 10h
According to our analysis, the Trump administration has so far imposed nearly $70 billion worth of new taxes on Americans by levying on thousands of products:
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Shihpin the Livecoder 3h
Did some reading on -Smoot–Hawley Tariff Act (1930) Canada retaliated with 30% on US exports US unemployment went up 25% after 2 yrs -Fordney–McCumber Tariff (1922) US farmers lost 300M+ annually from retaliation
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The Epoch Times 16h
“If you want to get a sense of how the American people really feel about President Trump’s tariffs, take a look at today’s letter.” Over 600 US companies signed a letter in support of President Trump’s imposed on for unfair trade practices.
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Maria Brenton 3h
I heard this morning on the programme, defending . Dreadful! She did exactly what he does - took up the airtime with indignant bluster instead of answering the question as to whether he is misleading us about . He is.
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The Fraser Faithful Jun 22
(1/2) Navarro is lying to carry water for the export lobby. are taxes on . Chinese may forgo profits to sell to us despite these taxes, but the harm to them is secondary. And "dumping" goods here below cost is a gift to America!
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Ch.Amjad Ali 4h
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At last, Europe seems to want to emancipate itself from Trump and no longer make good males. If necessary, consider an alternative to the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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What if KNOWS that do not work with the other country paying them. What if KNOWS tariffs are destructive to the USA but is doing so at the orders of his handlers who want to diminish the USA's influence in the world?
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