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One Trader Doesn’t See Much Difference Between Italy And The U.S. On Fiscal Policy

"The world is changing. Deficits are the new normal and Italy’s latest salvo is just one of many changes that will happen in the coming months and years."

"The world is changing. Deficits are the new normal and Italy’s latest salvo is just one of many changes that will happen in the coming months and years."
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1 comment on “One Trader Doesn’t See Much Difference Between Italy And The U.S. On Fiscal Policy

  1. 40,000 headmen

    As our great leader Forrest Trump said (think the “Life is like a box of chocolates tone and cadence here): “I don’t think anyone cares about debt and deficits anymore”. Thanks Forrest! And he has Larry Kudlow to explain it all with his Peter Pan pie-in-the-sky supply side economic fairy tales. I wonder if the camera panned down to his feet would it reveal that he is actually wearing a pair of ruby slippers while he’s telling you how the deficit is actually plummeting? Remember, what you are seeing is not actually happening. Got that? And given our similarities with Italy, we could join in with Larry, don our own ruby slippers, click our heels and keep repeating in a trancelike state “There’s no place like Rome”.

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