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Market Talk – May 13, 2019

ASIA: No real surprises coming off the news of Friday and over the weekend. China announced they will be increasing tariffs on approximately $60 billion worth of U.S. goods up to 25% on June the 1st. Earlier in the day, US President Trump tweeted that if China were to retaliate it would continue to escalate […] read more

Market Talk – May 10, 2019

ASIA: As mentioned in yesterday’s MT, the U.S. raised tariffs on China after the most recent deadline of 12 midnight eastern had passed. Trump earlier this week said that he was frustrated by the lack of progress (regression) in negotiations, while today he stated there is no rush to the ongoing talks now that the […] read more

Market Talk – May 9, 2019

ASIA: China and the U.S. entered the day with just one day left to agree to a trade deal before the U.S. imposed tariffs on $200 billion dollars’ worth of Chinese goods goes up from 10% to 25%. Chinese Premier Liu is in the U.S. meeting with trade negotiators in an attempt to resolve differences, […] read more

Market Talk – May 8, 2019

ASIA: China stated they will take required countermeasures if the US raises tariffs to 25% on 200 billion’s worth of Chinese goods. “The Chinese side deeply regrets that if the US tariff measures are implemented, China will have to take necessary countermeasures,” the ministry said. The Bank of Japan march minutes indicated that the board […] read more

Market Talk – May 7, 2019

ASIA: US trade representative Robert Lighthizer has accused China of backtracking on agreement within trade talks but has insisted a deal with China is still possible. Vice Premier Liu will be visiting Washington this week. More in US section below. In other news, China will not take part in three-way nuclear talks with the US […] read more

Trump’s China Tweet

Trump wrote on Twitter over the weekend that tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods could rise to 25%. He said that a 25% tariff will soon be assigned to a selection of $325 billion in presently untaxed goods. The tweet sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average down sharply while the yield on the 10-year […] read more

Emerging Market Debt Threatens the Capital Formation of Major Economies

Emerging market and developing economies pushed their borrowing to an all time record high reaching $55 trillion (€50 trillion) according to the World Bank, marking an eight-year surge that is the by far the largest, fastest and most broad-based debt increase in nearly five decades. Over $200 billion of USD-denominated bonds and loans issued by […] read more

Juncker Celebrates 200th Birthday of Karl Marx

The head of the EU, Jean-Claude Juncker celebrates the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx in Germany. What is really stunning, is that Karl Marx is not merely the champion of Communism which he adopted from the French Commune experiment during the French Revolution, he is responsible for killing tens of millions of people, more than all the […] read more

Keynes, John Maynard

John Maynard Keynes 1883-1946 John Maynard Keynes was a British economist who revolutionized economic thought that is widely known as “Keynesianism”. The son of a Cambridge don, Keynes was educated at Eton and Cambridge where his degree was in mathematics. John Maynard Keynes was educated at King’s College, Cambridge from 1902–1906 and DID NOT have […] read more

The Sovereign State Defaults of 1839-1843

Some question about Sovereign Defaults and how often they occur seem to assume the the Age of New Economics ushered in by Keynes eliminated that possibility and besides, it only took place once in 1931. Even within the United States, the federal government promised to honor the debt of the Continental Congress. They did not. […] read more