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New Links: Sumner Time Sadness Edition

Sumner on trade with China Sumner on forecasting Sumner on Trump being clueless Sumner on reasoning from a price change Sumner on the Fed setting an interest rate floor

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This week, a few links about Trump that won’t cause you to claw your eyes out because of the terrible journalism. Scott Sumner on Trump the mailman: Scott’s main points… Read more »

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Brazil’s Austerity Experiment: Scott Sumner walks us through some of the problems with ascribing any of the future economic success/failure of Brazil to the coming austerity. Very useful to learn… Read more »

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Links from the last quarter of 2016: Excessive debt vs. current account deficits: Confusing the two is the arena of goldbugs, journos, and first year college students. The US has… Read more »

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The Economist on who is hurt most by protectionist policies: (hint): if you buy more from China, you benefit more. But the poorest 10% of consumers would lose 63% of… Read more »

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Back at it again with the fresh links: John Hempton (whose status has absolutely blown up over the past several months/years, maybe thanks to HLF?) on investment philosophy: A really… Read more »