Discussion in 'Economy' started by chops_, Oct 9, 2018.
Lol. Not even close. I can tell that you are on the very left fringe of the left.
Demanded? Now who's sounding Stalinist? Propaganda is propaganda, no matter which wing it's coming from.
lol. you must be on the right wing; nothing but repeal and no actual arguments is all you have.
Got love someone who keeps posting the same thing as if it just might be believed if they keep doing it, no matter how wrong.
latest market status, right wingers?
The economic fallout of a Donald Trump presidency will probably be severe and widespread enough to plunge the world into recession, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman warned in a New York Times opinion piece published early Wednesday.
Calling Trump the "mother of all adverse effects," the Nobel Prize-winning economist predicted that the GOP nominee's administration could quickly undo the progress that the markets around the world have made in the eight years since the financial crisis.
"Under any circumstances, putting an irresponsible, ignorant man who takes his advice from all the wrong people in charge of the nation with the world's most important economy would be very bad news," he wrote. "What makes it especially bad right now, however, is the fundamentally fragile state much of the world is still in."}
Paul Krugman: Trump will bring global recession
Krugman like other Stalinist democrats DEMANDED that Trump would cause a depression.
Did he demand trade wars instead of trade pacts as well?
First, as soon as the last recession ended, the next one was on its way. The notion that the economy will grow continually with out some ebb and flow is unrealistic. Second, what causes the next recession is much better understood after it’s over, and even then it’s not crystal clear. It’s like the climate in that way - very hard to know exactly what happened, and impossible to accurately predict.
The Trade war between the US and China may take a turn. Of course, its due to the midterm election.
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