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Think about this… The Bank of Japan makes a tiny, minuscule, ridiculous alteration to its monetary laughing gas policy,and sends bonds and markets rolling

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2. This is the clearest example of a bubble. Think about this… The Bank of Japan makes a tiny, minuscule, ridiculous alteration to its monetary laughing gas policy,and sends bonds and markets rolling

What De-industrialization

3. What De-industrialization? The USA is still a global manufacturing powerhouse, and produced as much factory output in 2016 as Germany + S. Korea + India + Italy + France + UK COMBINED!

De-industrialization

4. India is just too behind in this matrix. Neither we are spending on research nor we are adding researchers.

De-industrialization

5. There is global race to secure Rare earths as they are used in all high tech applications and electronics.This is one place where chinese hold ace and Americans knows it.

De-industrialization

6. Barclays has boosted its quaterly US GDP estimate,to be announced this week to 5.3%,highest since 2003.I think it has to do with inventory hoarding,done before tariff were implemented.This is basically preponing future GDP

De-industrialization

Article by Ritesh Jain, World Out Of Whack