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Brexit, EU, Germany, China and Yellow Vests In 2019 – Something Wicked This Way Comes

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– “Something wicked this way comes” warns John Mauldin – Shaky China: Chinese landing could be harder than expected– Brexit and EU Breakage: “I have long thought the EU will eventually fall apart”– Helpless Europe: If Germany sneezes, their banks & the rest of continent catches cold – We may see “yellow vests” spread globally: Economics is about to get interesting … by John Mauldin via Thoughts from the Frontline Source: TradingEconomics.com For a couple of years now, the economic narrative has shown a comparatively strong US against weakness in Europe and some of Asia (NOT China). The US, we are told, will stay on top. I agree with that, as far as it goes… but I’m not convinced the “top” will be so great. Americans like to think we are insulated from the world. We

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– “Something wicked this way comes” warns John Mauldin
– Shaky China: Chinese landing could be harder than expected

– Brexit and EU Breakage: “I have long thought the EU will eventually fall apart”
– Helpless Europe: If Germany sneezes, their banks & the rest of continent catches cold
– We may see “yellow vests” spread globally: Economics is about to get interesting …

by John Mauldin via Thoughts from the Frontline

Brexit, EU, Germany, China and Yellow Vests In 2019 – Something Wicked This Way Comes
Source: TradingEconomics.com

For a couple of years now, the economic narrative has shown a comparatively strong US against weakness in Europe and some of Asia (NOT China). The US, we are told, will stay on top. I agree with that, as far as it goes… but I’m not convinced the “top” will be so great.

Americans like to think we are insulated from the world. We have big oceans on either side of us. Geopolitically, they serve as buffers. But economically they connect us to other important markets that are critical to many US businesses. Problems in those markets are ultimately problems for the US, too.

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Brexit, EU, Germany, China and Yellow Vests In 2019 – Something Wicked This Way Comes

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