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Old Today, 09:23 AM
 
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And the Eurozone, Japan. Germany, etc have worse numbers.

If they go into recession, we likely do too.
Trade wars are like shooting wars. All sides take casualties.

Trumps economic policy is as stupid as it gets.
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Old Today, 09:27 AM
 
Location: West Coast of Europe
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The trade war's short term losses will turn into long term gains. China will buckle, but it will take more time. I'm thinking 2 more years...just a WAG on my part. Who made all these horrendous trade deals to begin with? Those are the politicians we should all be blaming, not Trump who is trying to fix them to bring manufacturing back.
I see it the other way round, there are short-term gains, but losses will come in the long term.
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