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|... timely counterweight." Downside risks are sure to materialise given Trump's continuing crusade to "Make America Great Again" at the expense of its neighbours. We can all forget about "co-ordinated policy action" as well. Trump will go his own way ...|
|... reflation that started in 2017 would have had their desired effects ... but for Trump - and his vow to "Make America Great Again" by beggaring its neighbours by imposing increased tariffs on US imports. History shows that this is a lose-lose proposition. ...|
|... increased tariffs, would reduce the US trade deficit. Lower US interest rates and a cheaper currency will make America great again! Just think of all the business and consumer spending spent inside the US of A instead of leaking to other countries through ...|
|... period." No one, including the IMF, countenanced that Trump would follow through on his campaign pledge to "Make America Great Again" by starting a trade war with the world in late March 2018. The impact of which is clearly shown in the IMF's forecast ...|
|... wherefores for the bounce. However, the main game remains Trump and the Fed. The more Trump tries to "Make America Great Again", the more the Fed becomes determined to reduce/remove policy accommodation. Trump's tax cuts and infrastructure spend ...|
|... it's just the plain and simple truism that a trade war is a lose-lose proposition. In his quest to "make America great again" and under the guise of "national security", US President Donald Trump kicked off with a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminium ...|
|... list under ticker code 'MAGA', which incidentally is an acronym for President Donald Trump's slogan 'make America great again' used during his 2016 presidential campaign. (The Republican Party is commonly referred to as the GOP, which stands for 'Grand ...|
|... of the incoming administration. While US President-elect Trump's policy agenda is still evolving to 'make America great again' he has publicly advocated for increased infrastructure spending, a reduction in corporate regulation, and tax cuts to boost ...|
|... gained 3.5 points to 98.4 in November -- that ensued following the victory of the man who vowed to "Make America Great Again!" While higher than even the high range of consensus expectations of between 98.9 and 100, this has already been telegraphed ...|
|... America became the president of America - giving Trump the benefit of the doubt that Trump could actually "make America great again!"|
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