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Trump Blinks: Opts For Less Aggressive CFIUS Approach To Protecting U.S. Tech After Stock Market Turmoil

Well, he blinked - sort of.

Well, he blinked - sort of.
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5 comments on “Trump Blinks: Opts For Less Aggressive CFIUS Approach To Protecting U.S. Tech After Stock Market Turmoil

  1. The next play is China’s now, as crude priced rise, the yuan tumbles, and Trump appears conciliatory.

    Got US treasuries?

    • Got bitcoin? lol

      • It’s hard to ignore Richard Koo at this point, where he aegues for more fiscal spending to get those needed dollars deployed into the economy (e.g., the “wall”, trade “war”, etc.)…whatever it takes to get majority consensus to spend and accept the increased debt level.

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