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It doesn't work like that.
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If and when a downturn happens, it'll be easier to blame him.
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But Trump is making American investors quake again.
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Trickledown economics will lead to further inequality and must be soundly rejected.
Actually, there's a lot of good news out there.
After the UK voted to leave the European Union in June, the pound promptly had its worst day in history against other major currencies. (Yes, ever.)
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In a major speech, Turnbull declares the 'time for posturing is over'.
While Trump has promised to provide more details about how his plan will help “you and your family,” I think he needs to start by explaining why he believes that enriching his own family by billions of dollars will help the average American worker.
“They are literally sending their human rights abuses to the EU and we’re tolerating it.”
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Dear Bill or Malcolm, please fix your fiscal policies. Love from small business.
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An expert on Venezuela weighs in on the current crisis.
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Far from being just the right thing to do, Labor’s announcement is also the smart thing to do. Too often we tend to view aid as a feel-good charitable endeavor, something we do when the times are good and something to be wound back on in harder economic times.
President Barack Obama has some strong words about the economic proposals of the Republicans vying to succeed him. “If you look at the platforms, the economic platforms of the current Republican candi...