Surveillance: Tariffs Make U.S. Economy Worse Off, Roubini Says
Published September 18, 2018
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    Nouriel Roubini, Roubini Macro Associates Chairman & NYU Stern School of Business Professor, argues that a majority of the impact of tariffs on Chinese goods will be paid by U.S. consumers. Stephanie Segal, CSIS Deputy Director & Senior Fellow, asks whether, with dollar strength and increasing financial need, the U.S. is pulling financing away from the rest of the world. Jane Foley, Rabobank Senior Currency Analyst, sees sterling as vulnerable until the U.K. government arrives to consensus on a Brexit deal.  Kimberley Robinson, Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter, says that those arguing a case against Kavanaugh have become more focused on whether a denial can disqualify him from the Supreme Court.
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