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  • While Trump Grumbles About Fed, His Picks Exude Pragmatism

    President Trump’s pique over the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate increases this summer stoked fears about a looming blowup between the White House and the central bank. But his nominees to the Fed’s board show his administration isn’t spoiling for a fight.

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  • Why Milk Matters in U.S.-Canada Trade Feud

    Sometimes it’s hard to say what is fair in trade and war. Few spats demonstrate that more amply than U.S. disagreements with Canada over the international dairy market.

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  • China’s Shrinking Trade Surplus Unlikely to Impress Trump

    For years, China has sold much more to the world than it has bought. Now, that imbalance is shrinking, helping Chinese leadership argue it no longer pursues a mercantilist policy. But President Trump, who focuses on the U.S.’s ever-widening trade deficit with China, is unlikely to be impressed.

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  • The Outlook News | Wall Street Journal
  • Conflicting Forces Pull at Trump on Nafta

    President Donald Trump’s quarrel with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could signal a U.S. intent to pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, but there are incentives to keep negotiating.

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  • Now the Fed Must Reckon With Long-Term Strategy

    The big question heading into the Federal Reserve’s meeting this week isn’t whether officials will raise interest rates—they will—but rather how to frame their policy plans for the rest of the year.

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  • Why Italy Is Flirting with Euro Exit and Spain Isn’t

    Italy and Spain got new governments last week. But while Italy’s change of leadership led markets on a roller coaster, Spain’s was met with a yawn. This isn’t what you would have predicted six years ago.

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  • A Downturn That Costs Jobs Could Catch the U.S. Unprepared

    During good times, states are supposed to build up trust funds for unemployment insurance to help cover workers who get laid off in recession. Nearly 10 years into the expansion, more than half of all U.S. states are unprepared for the next downturn.

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  • Fed Officials Dispel Specter of Deflation

    A hallmark fear of the post-financial crisis era—a Japan-like drift downward in consumer prices—has disappeared. But a recession could bring back deflation worry at the Fed.

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  • In Trade Fight, China Today Differs From 1980s Japan

    The White House is looking at the U.S. trade fight against Japan in the 1980s and 1990s for lessons in its trade battle against China. But the two eras are as striking for their differences as they are for their similarities.

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