Francois Trahan: Slowdown In Emerging Markets Is Good For US Economy

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Francois Trahan: Slowdown In Emerging Markets Is Good For US Economy

What’s bad for emerging markets is good for the U.S., says Francois Trahan, founder of Cornerstone Macro. Here’s why.

Via: institutionalinvestor.com

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