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Trump Could 'Blow Up' Trade Deal Says Political Analyst



Nov.12 — Cowen Senior Political Analyst Jaret Seiberg discusses his outlook for a U.S.-China trade deal. He speaks on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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Jorge. hlstory of mamkind Gonzalez
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Jorge. hlstory of mamkind Gonzalez

You guys are idiots. Never underestimate mr. trump.

Marek Kolenda
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Marek Kolenda

December 15 possible US government closed and reopen in 2020.

Marek Kolenda
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Marek Kolenda

If 10 years bonds yield go over 3 % could crash stocks market.

Texas Gator
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Texas Gator

As an American I don’t think we should many deals with China. We should force companies to move out of China the sooner the better. We all know the chinese people and government aren’t gonna stop stealing and hacking into our companies and military. They are not gonna stop copying the United States. Hell the south China morning said it in an article just the other day. That the factory couldn’t wait to start making fakes of Apple earplug or pods. So that tells me they are thieves and why would anyone move to china. If it’s cheap labor they… Read more »

downhilltwofour00
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downhilltwofour00

I find it both worrying and interesting to watch intelligent, sane men try to predict and/or explain the behaviors and thought processes of an unintelligent and insane man! Move over Jim Jones, there's a new nut in town! The real question is, What flavor of Kool-aid do you like?

Francis Lim
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Francis Lim

Trump will be known forever as the person who killed America by managing the country EMOTIONALLY INSTEAD OF LOGICALLY.The Chinese had the upper hand dealing and trading with the rest of the world its has wooed,even Germany and France believe in China and Greece is coming too.

Bee be Cee
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Bee be Cee

If Trump's polling wanes to the point losing his 2nd term, he may bring in martial law and become a fickle-minded dictator. He is too addicted to the power of his presidency.

Ez_ Lemons
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Ez_ Lemons

Stock market has been going up as of recently, I presume as people are anticipating a pop once the trade deal and steps for deescelation begin in December. The real elephants in the room are Huawei and ZTE and I wouldn't be too hasty in assuming things are going to cool down any time soon. Put it on your calendar, November 17, F.C.C will vote to restrict Huwei purchases.

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Marcy

PLEASE READ MY FULL MESSAGE. For the past few years I have sensed a presence inside and outside my physical self. I now conclude it has a political agenda. And, I am suffering bodily ailments due to my support away from Trump to the Democrats/Biden. A tactic the presence uses is to determine a deficiency in diet/genetics to create an illness that can be masked against direct bodily intervention. A few more of its tools include mind reading, electrical equipment manipulation, weather manipulation, and direct bodily intervention possibly into the thought process itself.

Tina Thompson
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Tina Thompson

Being an old rocker and remembering Nixon and his problems…why shouldn't Trump be held accountable! Trump has done worse than Nixon 😆

Kenyi Francis
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Kenyi Francis

If the U S thinks that companies are going to give in to Trump, and move out of China think again. G M Sold 3.6 million car in China and that is one company think of other U S companies what they sell in China it will be good if they move E U companies are ready to fill the gap U S is running out of ideas the only thing they are left with tariffs sanctions containing others because they can't compete with the Chinese.

grimm reaper
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grimm reaper

I heard it on another channel china says cancel tariff or no deal.

howzit3000
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howzit3000

China is not in the driver seat. No deal means increase tariffs. The US sells 500 billion less than the chinese sells to the US. Do the math, producers need consumer n the US is the largest chinese consumer.

Marek Kolenda
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Marek Kolenda

14 days session left for US Congress this year not any trades agreement be approved this year.