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  1. TheProgressivePatriot

    Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

    I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have...
  2. georgephillip

    Immigrants Grow American GDP

    What happens when you have 1.3 million more job openings than unemployed workers seeking jobs? Economic Antidote for a Shrinking America: Immigrants "At the moment, there are 7.3 million job openings nationwide and six million people unemployed. That gap is expected to widen as the number of...
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    Contentions of credible economists.

    Contentions of credible economists. (1) Trade deficits indicate the nation has purchased greater values of products than it has produced. Due to USA's chronic annual trade deficits our domestic production has been less than otherwise; (otherwise being if a greater proportion of USA's spendings...
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    Credible economists do not refute annual trade deficits detrimental affects upon their nation's GDP.

    Credible economists do not refute annual trade deficits detrimental affects upon their nation's GDP. I believe you'll find creditable economists do not refute that due to USA's annual trade deficits, the nation's domestic production was less than otherwise; (i.e. the nation's domestic products...
  5. deanrd

    Only 38% of the jobs in largest 204 metro areas are middle class or professional.

    The Opportunity Index: Ranking Opportunity in Metropolitan America – Third Way To find job quality in each MSA, the Opportunity Index combines data from the Labor Department’s Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) and a modified version of the Economic Policy Institute’s Family Budget...
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    The costs and benefits of producing or importing

    The costs and benefits of producing or importing: The expenditure formula itself only reduces or increases GDP by the nation's net trade balance which is based upon the price value of globally traded products. But there's often additional production supporting goods and services that are not...
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    Blaming this USA plant's closing on Trump's tariffs is a lie.

    Blaming this USA plant's closing on Trump's tariffs is a lie. Element Electronics company is obviously lying. If the USA levies tariffs upon components, I would suppose and expect we would do so upon similar imported components and finished products from all foreign nations. USA producers are...
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    Balances of trade understate their effects upon their nation's domestic production.

    Balances of trade understate their effects upon their nation's domestic production. Nation's balances of international trade are determined by the total net prices of their globally traded goods and service products which contribute to trade surplus nations' and reduce trade deficit nations'...
  9. deltex1

    Second-quarter GDP jumps 4.1% for best pace in nearly four years

    "GDP fails to reach 5 percent. Another Trump fail. Where are the good old days with Barack? Boo hoo!" Second-quarter GDP jumps 4.1% for best pace in nearly four years
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    Trade balance's economic importance.

    DanielPalos, you're referring to the fact that USA's imports and our trade deficits volumes are not of great proportion relative to our annual gross domestic products, (GDPs). But the amounts of nations' net trade balances effects upon their GDPs to some extents understate, (never overstate)...
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    A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced.

    A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced. A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced. Annual trade deficits are always net detrimental to their nation's GDP and thus to their numbers of jobs. I'm among the proponents of the improved trade...
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    Comparison of Import Certificates and Tariffs

    Comparison of Import Certificates and Tariffs: I'm among the proponents of the Wikipedia's described version of an “Import Certificates”. The policy's entire net costs are passed on to USA purchasers and users of imported goods which similarly can be done with a tariff policy. Unlike tariffs...
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    USA's trade deficits of goods and costs per units

    USA's trade deficits of goods and costs per units: “Economies of scale” are particularly higher within mass produced or mass delivery of goods and services. Due to foreign producers of less expensive steel, USA's production of steel had to be reduced, further increasing the cost per ton of USA...
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    Increasing infrastructures matters.

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    Tax law may send factories and jobs abroad

    I'm among the proponents of a trade policy described within Wikipedia's “Import Certificates” article. The Import Certificate trade policy would have no problem with USA's new tax laws. Respectfully, Supposn Excerpted from...
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    USA goods could be competitively priced

    USA goods could be competitively priced: It's paradoxical that those choosing to purchase foreign products (usually correctly) believe they're acting in their individual best interests, but annual trade deficits are net detrimental to their nation's economy. Purchasers of foreign goods gain no...
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    How trade deficits reduce their nation’s annual GDPs and numbers of jobs.

    How trade deficits reduce their nation’s annual GDPs and numbers of jobs. Products imported from lesser wage nations, more than otherwise drags upon the importing nations’ GDPs and numbers of jobs. Within USA’s market places, many types of goods that were previously produced in the USA are...
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    Import Certificates Vs. Tariffs

    Import Certificates Vs. Tariffs: I’m a proponent of USA could adopt an Import Tariff policy as described in the Wikipedia article entitled “Import Certificates”. Refer to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Import_certificates The subject of tariffs often arises within discussions of Import...
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    Neither Trump nor Sanders will remedy USA’s global trade deficits.

    Neither Trump nor Sanders will remedy USA’s global trade deficits. Trump & Sanders at least acknowledge USA’s chronic trade deficits extents of harm to USA’s economy; no candidates dare propose explicit answers. All nations, enterprises and people behave in what they perceive to be their...
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    USA’s chronic trade deficits

    USA’s chronic trade deficits. Annual trade deficits are ALWAYS immediately detrimental to their nations’ economies. There are only two presidential candidates that do actually reject and/or effectively avoid giving any credence to the problem of USA’s chronic global annual trade deficits...

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