Trump’s Weaponizing Of Tariffs Is A Rude Wake-Up Call To Global Financial Markets

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Trump’s Weaponizing Of Tariffs Is A Rude Wake-Up Call To global financial markets. Poor Mexico. Poor United States. So close to each other and so far from God. I think that market participants yesterday signaled that they understand that threatening a close ally does not bode well for either nation.

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Trump’s Weaponizing Of Tariffs Is A Rude Wake-Up Call To Global Financial Markets How Tariffs May Prompt A Summer Rate Cut Trump Is Making The Same Trade Mistake That Started The Great Depression For Many Households, Trump’s Tariffs Could Wipe Out The Benefits of the TCJA Here Is How China Is Really ‘Paying’ For Tariffs

U.S. President Donald Trump answers questions on the comments of special counsel Robert Mueller while departing the White House May 30, 2019 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee | Getty Images Tariffs that the U.S. is threatening to impose against Mexican goods could have steep costs, both economically and politically, while also impacting important policy decisions.

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Robb: Trump wants to use tariffs as weapons. This won’t end well. The rest of the world can figure out a way to do business around us. Weaponizing access to our markets just makes that happen faster.