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Day: July 25, 2018

Tariffs are about to hit consumers, and it won’t be pretty

Tariffs the White House has levied thus far have fallen primarily on industrial supplies and components of other goods. That’s about to change, and consumers will feel the bite if the tariffs are implemented as planned. Economists at Societe Generale estimate that the $200 billion under consideration against Chinese goods will raise consumer prices significantly. …

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‘WTO is not broken,’ says WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo

As trade tensions heat up, World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo told CNBC, “The WTO is not broken. The WTO is functioning actually quite well.” Azevedo was responding to remarks by President Donald Trump’s chief economic advisor, Larry Kudlow, who said Wednesday morning that the president’s nontraditional ways of negotiating international affairs are not to …

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Sens. Warren and Sanders introduce bill that would slash Puerto Rico’s debt

Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on Wednesday introduced a bill that would essentially wipe out tens of billions of dollars of Puerto Rico’s $73 billion in outstanding debt. The proposal, entitled the “U.S. Territorial Relief Act of 2018,” counts Democratic Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts and Kamala Harris …

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Trump reportedly considering 25 percent tariff on foreign-made cars

Despite warnings from fellow Republicans and business leaders, White House advisors believe President Donald Trump has plans to impose a 25 percent tariff on roughly $200 billion in foreign-made cars this year, The Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing three people briefed on discussions.   Business executives and GOP members have said such a move could …

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Mulvaney acknowledges he and Kudlow have been on the losing side of the tariffs argument with Trump

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney acknowledged Wednesday that when it comes to some of the key policy debates, he and other fiscal conservatives are often coming up on the short end. In a look behind the scenes of the Trump administration, Mulvaney, who is director of the Office of Management and Budget and acting …

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Dollar and Euro Soft With Master of Deal vs Brutal Killer on the Card

Dollar and Euro are trading generally lower today, except versus Australian Dollar. The meeting between Donald “master of deal” Trump and Jean-Claude “the brutal killer” Juncker is closely watched. But it’s highly unlikely to yield any results on trade. Trump’s recent threat on tariffs on all Chinese products, the USD 12B aid programs to farmers, …

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Buy Tesla shares for the coming ‘step-function up’ in sales: Instinet

Tesla shares will rise as the electric car maker significantly ramps up its deliveries in the September quarter, according to Nomura Instinet. The firm reiterated its buy rating for Tesla shares, predicting the company will report third-quarter sales results above expectations. “We expect improving fundamentals in Q3, consisting of a step-function up in revenue growth …

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