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Hello President Trump: Let’s Not Repeat the Economic Tragedy of the 2010s in the 2020s

If President Trump wants to bring the economy quickly back to full employment, he will have to confront the Establishment wing of his Republican party. The clash – if it comes – will be over Establishment Republican hostility to Silvrback blog imagegovernment spending. More spending will be needed to bolster an economy staggering under the blows of . . .

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June 12, 2020

Bull Market Bull

Anatole Kaletsky has a thoughtful and persuasive piece (paywall) in Barron’s magazine on why global stock markets have a good deal more room to rise: ‘Four Reasons Why the Bull Market Has Far to Go’

First, the world economy is finally swimming into a fabled ‘sweet spot’, with simultaneous, reasonably . . .

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December 03, 2017

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