This is the first big puzzle: Why do salaries grow moderately with such a low unemployment rate?
While pressing China to adhere to the rules, the United States itself moved quickly to self-protectionism, contrary to international rules.
[R]arely has anyone exploited the power of the currency to the degree Trump is doing. 'Donald Trump has turned the dollar into a weapon.'
Trump must understand that the doctrine of self-protectionism in particular is what threatens world security.
[S]ince Trump took office, the power of the dollar is being added to the power of poor impulse control and shameless short-sightedness by the head of state.
<i>After having feared the worst, Wall Street has grown accustomed to the American president’s blaring declarations, economist Jean-Paul Betbeze explains in a Le Monde column.</i>
Is Wall Street beginning to understand Donald Trump? It looks that way! In fact, it’s on the rise again after having feared the [Read more]
The economic policy of Trump has a stale air and is a little childish...like returning to metal toys and block letters.
If the president wants to proceed against [the national debt] with tariffs, dangerous times lie ahead for the world.