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Category Archives: Trade War

Syrian Conflict Is A Distraction From A Secret War

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com Back in March 2010 I published an article titled ‘Will Globalists Trigger Yet Another World War?’ under the pen name Giordano Bruno describing what I felt would be the most effective triggers for a new global conflict. In that article I pointed to Syria as the primary […]

World War III Will Be An Economic War

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com There is a mass delusion in the mainstream created I think in large part by too much exposure to movie fantasy and TV fiction. It is an immediate assumption; one that I believe is far more dangerous than many people give it credit for. The […]

Peter Schiff: ‘Nobody Is Prepared For The Long-Term PAIN That’s Coming’

Peter Schiff has been saying that this is a bear market for a few weeks now, and it looks like president Donald Trump may have just gotten the same memo. While Trump said some investors may feel some “short-term pain” in the market, but Schiff says it’s actually going to be long-term pain. According to […]

China Declares Trade War Victory: Gloats At US “Suffering” After “Crushing Counterattack”

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Barely a day after China dropped the hammer on US stock markets by unveiling retaliatory tariffs on $50 billion in US imports that – unlike US measures that mostly targeted obscure industrial products – actually struck at key industries like soybean farmers, automobiles and airplanes, the […]

The Trade War Intensifies: China Fires Back With Tariffs On Planes And Cars

China is pushing back against the United States and intensifying the already tense trade war. The Communist country has announced the US will now be subjected to tariffs on plane, cars, and soybeans as a response to the US’s tariffs on Chinese goods. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Wednesday that it plans to impose a […]

China Defense Minister In Moscow: “America Must Know How Close Chinese And Russian Armies Are”

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Nothing continues to scream bullishness – or, less sarcastically, volatility – like the world’s number two and number three superpowers aligning their armies and putting on a show of force to make a strong statement to the United States and fend off “Western Pressure”. The prescription for volatility becomes […]

Here It Comes: China About To Launch “Tens Of Billions” More In Tariffs

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge This morning the market has been on edge over, and traders are obsessed with just one question: how will China retaliate to Trump’s trade war and tariffs… further. After all, the initial response of a modest 15-25% tariff on $3 billion in 128, mostly agricultural, products, seemed laughably […]

The Stock Market Falls Another 724 Points! What In The World Is Happening On Wall Street?

We just witnessed the 5th largest single day stock market crash in U.S. history.  On Thursday the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 724 points, and many believe that this is just the beginning of another huge wave down for stock prices.  After this latest dramatic decline, the Dow is now down 3.1 percent so far […]

Financial Strategist: Trade War Could Usher In Dire Financial Crisis MUCH SOONER

According to a Societe Generale strategist Albert Edwards, a trade war would bring about a financial crisis a lot sooner than anyone expected. Edwards has warned in the past that currency devaluation could spark an economic recession worse than 2008, and now he’s sounding the alarm about Donald Trump’s trade policies. Edwards now points to the Trump […]

Here Are The Full Details Of The “Negotiable” Tariffs Trump Will Enact

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge While much of what Trump is announcing today has already been leaked, here are the details of the import tariffs Donald Trump formally adopted on steel and aluminium imports which allow US allies to negotiate and apply for exemptions, a sign of the growing concern that […]