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China's Exports Shrink Most In Two Years, Raising Risks To Global Economy

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China’s exports unexpectedly fell the most in two years in December, while imports also contracted, pointing to further weakness in the world’s second-largest economy in 2019 and deteriorating global demand. Adding to policymakers’ worries, data on Monday also showed China posted its biggest trade surplus with the United States on record in 2018, which could prompt President Donald Trump to turn up the heat on Beijing in their bitter trade dispute. Softening demand in China is being felt around the world, with slowing sales of goods from iPhones to automobiles, prompting warnings from the likes of Apple and from Jaguar Land Rover, which last week announced sweeping job cuts. The dismal December trade readings suggest China’s economy may have cooled faster than expected late in the year, despite a slew of growth-boosting measures in recent months ranging from higher infrastructure spending to tax cuts.

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Yep. In same time, in 2018, China's trade surplus with the US was the largest on record...

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2019.... ”With global growth set to cool further this year, exports will remain weak even if China can clinch a trade deal that rows back Trump's tariffs," wrote Julian Evans-Pritchard, senior China economist at Capital Economics  in his a Monday note.”
 

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In parallel, gold keeps hiking in value.. Globalism is loosing ground....

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Storm clouds moved from horizon...a time to be worried for the financial markets?

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12 hours ago, ThunderBlade said:

Yep. In same time, in 2018, China's trade surplus with the US was the largest on record...

Does anyone know how much the USA collected from China because of our increases in tariffs?

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