‘Chart Of The Century’ Hints At Potential Dire Outcome Of Prolonged Global Trade War

‘Chart Of The Century’ Hints At Potential Dire Outcome Of Prolonged Global Trade War

Talk about top billing. According to originator Mark Perry (who is probably a bit biased when it comes to describing the relative importance of his own work), the following visual is the "chart of the century": If that's the most important chart in the world, then there's hope for the non-economists among you yet, because there is exactly nothing complicated about it. Basically, it just shows that inflation for things not subject to foreign competition has soared, while prices for consumer
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4 thoughts on “‘Chart Of The Century’ Hints At Potential Dire Outcome Of Prolonged Global Trade War

  1. I would post this for my friends and family, but to be honest; they could give a rats ass. Unfortunately. Drones of the autocrat.

    1. You have my sympathies because we have something in common.

      But I will not go down without a fight!

      This patriotic American is not giving up on whose I love. It’s a disease, I tell you. Maybe a selective fungal infection of cerebral cortex causing massive delusions.

      So far: Intermittent verbal slapping with cold hard facts about Trump are having desired results, though slow going.

      Just wish my nemesis, the AM conservative talk radio, was disabled. Seriously, the hosts know that Trump is loathsome but yet everyday they lube up. Those shows cause much back sliding.

      All is not lost.

  2. I am sure Trump will catch up on economic theory — especially the nuances of the Phillips curve — as soon as he finishes Homer’s Illiad (in the original Greek of course). His reading list is long and varied.

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