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In a discussion on the developing trade war between the US and China, Faculty Affiliate Mauro Guillen expands the geopolitical perspective of the narrative and points out nations such as Mexico are closely watching the affair in light of their own negotiations with the US.
In light of political turmoil in Italy, Professor Siegel advises listeners to monitor other types of movement and changes such as those of increasing interest rates. Consistent with his message since early December, Professor Siegel points to macro visions of the trajectory of the 2018 fiscal year.
Over the past weeks, China has pursued economic reforms which could have far-reaching repercussions on other major Asian economies and enterprises.
The policy shift is expected to reinforce Chinese firms’ attempts to move up the value chain, seriously threatening other advanced economies like Korea and its manufacturing and tech firms.
“This is a major challenge. China is imitating both Japan and Korea by moving to higher value-added products and technologies,” says Faculty Affiliate Mauro Guillen.
President Trump promises more North Korea sanctions; Senate Health Committee schedules hearing on opioid crisis; Eurozone consumer confidence at highest since 2001; US jobless claims fall, hurricanes’ impact still unclear.