The Week The Earth Stood Still: Full Week Ahead Preview

The Week The Earth Stood Still: Full Week Ahead Preview

If last week was painfully tedious at best and outright boring at worst, this week promises to break the monotony. Of dictators and diplomacy US officials spent the weekend arguing for regime change in Venezuela, where Nicolas Maduro has decided that going down with the ship is somehow preferable to accepting repeated offers from various stakeholders both foreign and domestic, most of whom have made it clear that the international community was open to allowing him to beat a hasty retreat to s
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4 thoughts on “The Week The Earth Stood Still: Full Week Ahead Preview

  1. So after the trade deal is made, tariffs are lifted, and China agrees to buy more US goods, how will that affect the speculation on stable or declining interest rates and the stability of the fed balance sheet?

  2. A busy week full of obfuscation and who knows what else. I’m just looking forward to some “Trump finally made it to Vietnam despite heel spurs” jokes…

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