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One can probably put the time of death of the Trumpflation rally as 11:47pm on Monday night. That's when the WSJ published the latest excerpt of its Friday interview with Donald Trump, in which the president-elect himself said the dollar was already “too strong”and blamed this is in part due to China holding down its currency and added that “our companies can’t compete with them now because our currency is too strong. And it’s killing us.”
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Britain's high commissioner is open to signing a free trade deal with Canada now that the United Kingdom has opted out of the European Union.

Howard Drake said Britain will go it alone on trade agreements after the Brexit vote, adding the U.K. will not cease to be a trading nation. "We're an island. We'll be strongly pro-free trade outside the European Union," he said in an interview with Chris Hall on CBC Radio's The House.

"We'll be look
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Are these guys running scared of Trump?
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Sometime you gotta use a carrot, and sometimes a stick.
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NDP anti-free traders get their wish.
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Good news for Rachel Notley is bad news for the rest of us.
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Hopefully this is just the beginning.
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Union economists should be ecstatic. Let's see how it actually works out.
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Bankrupt government bailing out bankrupt bank.
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Krugman: wrong so often he should be a host on MSNBC.
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As usual, denial was confirmation.
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Can't say I feel sorry for them.
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So do I understand this correctly? The US Government has printed almost £200bn in the last year to maintain theere own Government finances and now the EU is demanding the US chip in £8bn to help out even though there not in the Eurozone?

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The banks in Europe stop lending to each other the last time this happened we had the Lehman failure.
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Faber warned that the "ultimate armageddon" would be much worse the next time around, as "governments will go bust", which would lead them to print more money.