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  • Tue, Mar 6 2018
  • 5:15 PM » Republican pushback on Trump tariffs gathers steam, talk of modifications emerge
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 5:15 PM by Reuters
    WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Republican lawmakers stepped up calls on Tuesday for President Donald Trump to pull back from proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell added to an avalanche of criticism of the measures, saying they risked igniting a trade war and damaging the U.S. economy.
  • 5:13 PM » RBS reaches $500 million settlement with New York over mortgage securities
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 5:13 PM by Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc has reached a $500 million settlement with New York state to resolve claims over its sale of risky residential mortgage-backed securities that contributed to the 2008 global financial crisis.
  • 5:13 PM » Cohn Trying to Stop Trump Tariffs - Bloomberg
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 5:13 PM by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Cohn Trying to Stop Trump Tariffs Bloomberg Trump's First Year: Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports on White House economic adviser Gary Cohn summoning executives from U.S. companies that depend on aluminum and steel to meet this week with President Donald Trump in a last-ditch effort to halt ...
  • 2:27 PM » Warren vows fight as Senate begins debate on Dodd-Frank rewrite
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 2:27 PM by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren promised to fight a U.S. Senate bill easing bank rules introduced following the 2007-2009 global financial crisis as the chamber moved on Tuesday to begin debating the draft bipartisan legislation.
  • 2:23 PM » Population Outlook: Uncertainty Not Just Related to Immigration Assumptions, But Also Death Rates
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 2:23 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    From housing economist Tom Lawler: Population Outlook: Uncertainty Not Just Related to Immigration Assumptions, But Also Death Rates In its latest "Tip Sheet" Census said that it will release new long-term population projections sometime this month. The last official Census long-term population projections were released at the end of 2014, and since then "actual" population estimates have fallen way short of those projections. As I documented in a previous report, the population shortfall from that projection was the result of lower births, higher deaths, and (especially) lower net international migration. I also noted that updated net international migration projections going forward are likely to be massively lower than those shown in the 2014 projections, and that analysts should not just look at the overall population projections but also the net international migration assumptions in assessing the "reasonableness" of the projections. Another factor that will almost certainly result in lower population projections relative to those from 2014 will be deaths. The 2014 Census population projections assumed that the "death rates" for most age groups, and especially the young to middle age groups, would gradually decline over time. In fact, however, death rates for young and middle age adults have increased considerably since 2014, for some age groups at an alarming rate. As a result, despite lower overall population counts from lower net international migration, the number of deaths has considerably exceeded the Census 2014 projections. Annual (calendar year) data on US deaths are compiled by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), though data are only available with a considerable lag. For example, the NCHS released a "data brief" on mortality in the US for 2016 last December, and detailed data on US deaths for 2015 were released last year. The NCHS data are used by the Census Bureau to estimate and project...
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 12:41 PM » These are the Cheapest and Most Expensive Places to Raise a Family in America
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 12:41 PM by Market Watch
    The Economic Policy Institute has crunched the numbers for every county and major metropolitan area...
  • 11:25 AM » Trump believes economic advisor Cohn will resign if tariffs imposed: Report
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 11:25 AM by CNBC
    Republicans have spoken out against the tariffs, and Trump's contemporaries have urged Cohn not to resign.
  • 10:54 AM » Reasons for Not Moving in 10+ Years
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 10:54 AM by
    NAHB regularly conducts national polls of American adults and home buyers in order to understand new trends and preferences in the housing market. This is the fifth in a series of posts highlighting poll results, as presented during the 2018 International Builders' Show in Orlando, FL. See previous posts on tiny homes, driverless cars, time searching for a home, and... Read More ›
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  • 10:34 AM » U.S. factory orders post biggest drop in six months
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 10:34 AM by Reuters
    WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - New orders for U.S.-made goods recorded their biggest decline in six months in January and business spending on equipment appeared to be slowing after strong growth in 2017.
  • 10:00 AM » Fed's Kaplan says the market is not appreciating the risk of an oil price spike
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 10:00 AM by CNBC
    The oil market could experience a price spike as US shale oil growth falls short of global demand, Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said.
  • 9:43 AM » CoreLogic: House Prices up 6.6% Year-over-year in January
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 9:43 AM by Calculated Risk Blog
    Notes: This CoreLogic House Price Index report is for January . The recent Case-Shiller index release was for December. The CoreLogic HPI is a three month weighted average and is not seasonally adjusted (NSA). From CoreLogic: CoreLogic Reports Home Prices Rose More Than 6 Percent Year Over Year for the Sixth Consecutive Month in January CoreLogic® ... today released its CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI™) and HPI Forecast™ for January 2018, which shows home prices rose both year over year and month over month. Home prices nationally increased year over year by 6.6 percent from January 2017 to January 2018 , and on a month-over-month basis home prices increased by 0.5 percent in January 2018 compared with December 2017,* according to the CoreLogic HPI. Looking ahead, the CoreLogic HPI Forecast indicates that the national home-price index is projected to increase by 4.8 percent on a year-over-year basis from January 2018 to January 2019, with a 12-month increase of more than 7 percent projected for California, Florida, Nevada and Oregon. The CoreLogic HPI Forecast is a projection of home prices that is calculated using the CoreLogic HPI and other economic variables. Values are derived from state-level forecasts by weighting indices according to the number of owner-occupied households for each state. " Entry-level homes have been in particularly short supply, leading to more rapid home-price growth compared with more expensive homes ," said Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. "Homes with a purchase price less than 75 percent of the local area median had price growth of 9.0 percent during the year ending January 2018. Homes that sold for more than 125 percent of median appreciated 5.3 percent over the same 12-month period. Thus, first-time buyers are facing acute affordability challenges in some high-cost areas." emphasis added CR Note: The YoY increase has been in the 5% to 7% range for the last couple of years.  This is towards...
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 9:13 AM » Fed's Kaplan: Rate hikes necessary as US nears full employment
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 9:13 AM by CNBC
    Raising interest rates now gives the U.S. the best chance to keep pushing the economy forward, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said Tuesday.
  • 8:21 AM » US Treasury yields slip ahead of key Fed remarks
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 8:21 AM by CNBC
    U.S. government debt prices were higher on Tuesday.
  • 8:15 AM » Stock futures higher on North Korea comments, easing trade war fears
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 8:15 AM by Reuters
    (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher opening on Tuesday on the prospect of talks between North Korea and the United States and increasing resistance to President Donald Trump's proposed metals tariffs.
  • 8:12 AM » Republicans Can't Stop Trump's Trade War
    Published Tue, Mar 06 2018 8:12 AM by The Atlantic
    It's a major recurring theme of the Trump administration: The president threatens to betray a conservative principle, and Republicans in Congress try to talk him out of it. When Trump has veered left on immigration and told either Democratic leaders or bipartisan groups of lawmakers that he'd back a simple deal to give the so-called Dreamers a path to citizenship, conservatives on Capitol Hill-along with hardliners like Stephen Miller in the White House-have persuaded him to back off and insist on a tougher stance instead. After the president flirted last week with strict gun-control policies, National Rifle Association lobbyists swooped in to set him straight , and GOP leaders backed them up by putting off quick votes on tighter gun restrictions. But top Republicans may have met their match when it comes to trade-an issue that has animated Trump's politics for three decades. Last week, he declared that he would unilaterally impose steep tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum as soon as his administration could get him the papers to sign. The hastily arranged announcement horrified the veteran free-traders who lead the GOP in Congress: not only House Speaker Paul Ryan, but also the chairmen of the House and Senate committees with jurisdiction over trade, Kevin Brady of Texas and Orrin Hatch of Utah, respectively. Trump has rebuffed the efforts by Republican lawmakers and some of his own advisers to slow his drive for tariffs, and GOP leaders appear to lack either the will or the votes in Congress to block him legislatively. The Republican leaders fear a trade war that would dampen the economic benefits of their tax cuts, which the GOP is depending on to stave off heavy losses in November's midterm congressional elections. Republicans were clearly hoping the White House would roll back Trump's announcement over the weekend, either by putting off the tariffs or by making clear that key U.S. trading partners would be exempted. But...
  • Mon, Mar 5 2018
  • 5:34 PM » Washington State Attorney General: Housing Discrimination Against Veterans Is Evident
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 5:34 PM by
    A sting by the Washington state attorney general has proved what was long believed through anecdotal evidence to be rampant - housing discrimination against veterans.
  • 5:34 PM » Janet Yellen: 10 quotes on her past and the economy
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 5:34 PM by
    In her first public appearance since leaving the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen was interviewed by her predecessor, Ben Bernanke, on Feb. 27, 2018 at an event hosted by the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings. Here are 10 high points of the conversation. A video and transcript of the entire conversation is…                
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  • 3:23 PM » OR, NY, AL, and RI considering data breach legislation post-Equifax
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 3:23 PM by
    In the absence of federal action, state legislators continue to propose bills that would increase data privacy and security protections for consumers. Any entity that does business in these states or maintains confidential information of their residents should monitor the legislation to determine whether and how the proposed changes may affect operations. The bills are... Continue Reading
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  • 2:10 PM » Wall Street extends gains as fears of trade war ease
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 2:10 PM by Reuters
    (Reuters) - U.S. stocks swung higher on Monday as fears of a global trade war eased following mounting pressure on President Donald Trump to hold off on his threat to impose hefty tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
  • 2:08 PM » Homebuilders are in correction territory, but one technician says you should buy the pullback
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 2:08 PM by CNBC
    After a stellar 2017, homebuilders are now in correction territory, but one technician sees a comeback ahead.
  • 2:08 PM » Update: Framing Lumber Prices Up Sharply Year-over-year, At Record Prices
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 2:08 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    Here is another monthly update on framing lumber prices. Early in 2013 lumber prices came close to the housing bubble highs - and now prices are above the bubble highs. This graph shows two measures of lumber prices: 1) Framing Lumber from Random Lengths through February 2018 ( via NAHB ), and 2) CME framing futures. Click on graph for larger image in graph gallery. Right now Random Lengths prices are up 25% from a year ago, and CME futures are up about 45% year-over-year. There is a seasonal pattern for lumber prices. Prices frequently peak around May, and bottom around October or November - although there is quite a bit of seasonal variability. Rising costs - both material and labor - will be headwinds for the building industry this year.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 12:24 PM » What Home Buyers (and Renters) Need to Know About Trump's Steel Tariffs
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 12:24 PM by Market Watch
    What home buyers (and renters) need to know about Trump's steel tariffs
  • 11:10 AM » Ray Dalio: Trade war with China would be a 'tragedy'
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 11:10 AM by CNBC
    Ray Dalio says in a LinkedIn blog post he believes an acceptable trade deal between U.S. and China is possible.
  • 10:44 AM » Home Features Buyers Consider Essential
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 10:44 AM by
    NAHB regularly conducts national polls of American adults and home buyers in order to understand new trends and preferences in the housing market. This is the fourth in a series of posts highlighting poll results, as presented during the 2018 International Builders' Show in Orlando, FL. See previous posts on tiny homes, driverless cars, and time searching for a home.... Read More ›
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  • 10:31 AM » A Rust Belt rebuild can't rest on locals
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 10:31 AM by
    A few weeks ago, the Trump administration unveiled a framework to support a much-needed rebuild of the nation's infrastructure. As our Brookings Metro colleagues have observed, the proposal leans heavily on governments outside Washington to foot the bill. The proposed Infrastructure Incentives Program would offer $100 billion for investment in a wide range of infrastructure…                
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  • 10:05 AM » ISM non-manufacturing index hits 59.5 in February, vs. 59 estimate
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 10:05 AM by CNBC
    The measure jumped up in January, nearly matching the recent peak in October 2017 when the index touched the highest level since its debut in 2008.
  • 9:36 AM » FDIC Provides Q&As for Consumers as Part of National Consumer Protection Week
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 9:36 AM by
    For Immediate Release March 5, 2018 Press Release Media Contact: Jay Rosenstein (202) 898-7303 FDIC Provides Q&As for Consumers as Part of National Consumer Protection Week In observance of National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) March 4-10, 2018, the FDIC will post a new question and answer (Q&A) on a different banking topic each weekday at . The five Q&As - covering mobile banking, credit and debit card security precautions, safe deposit boxes, credit reports, and debt collectors - along with other consumer information, will be accessible for reference year-round. The FDIC's webpage also will feature quick links to several of the agency's most popular online resources for consumers as well as small businesses: "EDIE," the FDIC's Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator : This online calculator assists consumers and businesses in determining their deposit insurance coverage for each FDIC-insured bank where they have deposit accounts. EDIE also provides a printable report showing whether those deposits are fully protected or if some exceed the federal limits. BankFind : Consumers can use our online directory to locate an FDIC-insured institution, learn what happened to a bank that changed names or no longer exists, and more. Customer Assistance Form : This is an easy-to-use form to submit a question to the FDIC or a complaint regarding a financial institution. Consumers with questions or concerns can also call the FDIC toll-free at 1-877-ASK-FDIC, which is 1-877-275-3342. Money Smart : The financial education curriculum concentrates on the development of consumers' financial skills and positive banking relationships. Foreclosure Prevention Toolkit : The webpage provides easy access to helpful information for homeowners on avoiding foreclosure and foreclosure "rescue" scams. FDIC Consumer News : FDIC's quarterly publication for consumers offers information and tips on...
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  • 8:34 AM » Housing Industry Concerned about Tariffs
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 8:34 AM by Calculated Risk Blog
    On Thursday, NAR chief economist was quoted in Inman News: Trump tariffs on steel and aluminum will be a blow to the construction industry "Tariffs could measurably raise the cost of building materials and hinder home construction of affordable homes," said Yu. "But more importantly, tariffs and restrictions to international trade will hold back economic growth and job creations. A better way to raise GDP growth is to produce more homes. Job growth and additional housing inventory will greatly help American workers and American consumers." And from the NAHB: Statement from NAHB Chairman Randy Noel on New Steel and Aluminum Tariffs "Given that home builders are already grappling with 20 percent tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber and that the price of lumber and other key building materials are near record highs, this announcement by the president could not have come at a worse time. "Tariffs hurt consumers and harm housing affordability." As a noted in When the Story Changes, Be Alert , housing is facing several headwinds in 2018: higher mortgage rates, a negative impact from tax changes, higher labor costs, and higher material costs (especially lumber), and now tariffs on steel and aluminum.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 8:34 AM » Your property taxes just jumped by more than 50 percent. Now what
    Published Mon, Mar 05 2018 8:34 AM by CNBC
    Don't celebrate your home's sharp increase in value. A raft of higher taxes may be on the way. Here's how to deal.
  • Fri, Mar 2 2018
  • 4:38 PM » Report Shows That Morale Among HUD Employees Is At An All-Time Low
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 4:38 PM by
    NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with ProPublica reporter, Alec MacGillis, about what is going on at the Department of Housing and Urban Development after news that the agency approved the purchase of a dining set that cost $31,000 in taxpayer money. He says the morale levels among employees at HUD are at an all-time low.
  • 4:37 PM » New Homes Could Get More Expensive Thanks to New Steel, Lumber Tariffs
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 4:37 PM by
    New tariffs on steel, coupled with higher lumber costs, could make the housing crunch even worse-and drive up home prices. The post New Homes Could Get More Expensive Thanks to New Steel, Lumber Tariffs appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights |® .
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  • 3:14 PM » Trump made tariff decision in a fit of anger: NBC News
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 3:14 PM by CNBC
    The White House was not prepared for Trump's Thursday announcement of new tariffs, NBC reported.
  • 2:10 PM » Merrill on Housing
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 2:10 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    A few brief excerpts on taxes from a note by Merrill Lynch economist Michelle Meyer: Housing: the top five questions (Overall Merrill is positive on housing). How does the tax legislation impact the housing market? On the one hand, tax reform is supportive of the housing market as it increases disposable income for households. The average household will see tax-home pay increase by $1,610 this year according to the Joint Committee of Taxation, which helps affordability and increases confidence. On the other hand, it reduces the incentive for homeownership by doubling the standard deduction, reducing the cap for the mortgage interest deduction (MID) to 750k and limiting property tax deductions along with state and local income taxes to $10k. This results in fewer households who will itemize deductions, thereby making homeownership less attractive from a tax perspective. The biggest challenge is for markets where there is a double whammy of high home prices and property/income taxes.... In our view, the winners from tax reform are conventional buyers who are below the MID cap and likely to see a net windfall of cash from lower taxes. However, the high priced markets on the coast could struggle. The consequence: we expect to see strong new home sales growth, particularly for lower priced properties, but slower growth in high priced existing home sales. CR Note: There are several headwinds for housing this year including: higher mortgage rates, impact of tax legislation, higher labor costs, higher material costs (Lumber prices are up sharply), and overall affordability. I think housing will be OK this year, but I'm watching for any slowing.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 12:21 PM » When the Story Changes, Be Alert
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 12:21 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    There is an axiom in investing that when the story changes, pay attention. As an example, if a company changes their focus, reconsider your investment. Over the last several years, the economic story has been consistent: Strong employment growth, steady economic growth (solid given demographics), low inflation, and an accommodative monetary policy - with no fiscal stimulus. I noted several times that the future was bright , and in late 2016, I pointed out that the cupboard is full . With minimal policy changes in 2017, and a stronger global economy, the US economic expansion continued, pretty much as expected . But in 2018, the story is changing.  We are seeing some economic tailwinds and some headwinds.  Although the tax changes are poorly conceived, and mostly benefit high income earners, there should be some short term boost to economic growth.   That might lead the Federal Reserve to raise rates a little quicker than anticipated. And, for housing, the tax changes could negatively impact a segment of the housing market , and rising mortgage rates are another headwind.  Note: I'm tracking housing inventory this year to see if there is an impact. And now the Trump administration is proposing tariffs and talking openly talking of a trade war.   That is a downside risk to the economy. As economists at Nomura noted this morning: " A sharp deterioration in financial conditions and aggressive trade policies by the Trump administration present notable risks. " I still think the economy will be fine in 2018, but the story is changing.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 12:05 PM » Chinese officials urge Trump to not abandon global trade order
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 12:05 PM by CNBC
    Chinese officials urged the U.S. to support global trade in the wake of President Donald Trump's Thursday announcement on new steel and aluminum tariffs.
  • 11:35 AM » Equifax expects net $200 million in breach-related costs in 2018
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 11:35 AM by Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Equifax Inc said on Friday it expects $275 million in costs in 2018 related to the credit reporting company's massive data breach last year, offset by $75 million in insurance proceeds.
  • 10:49 AM » Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-730
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 10:49 AM by
    Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-730
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  • 10:04 AM » Consumer sentiment hits 99.7 in February vs. 99.3 estimate
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 10:04 AM by CNBC
    Reuters economists expect the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index to hit 99.3 in February.
  • 9:18 AM » Zillow Case-Shiller Forecast: More Solid House Price Gains in January
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 9:18 AM by Calculated Risk Blog
    The Case-Shiller house price indexes for December were released on Tuesday. Zillow forecasts Case-Shiller a month early, and I like to check the Zillow forecasts since they have been pretty close. From Aaron Terrazas at Zillow: December Case-Shiller Results and January Forecast: Why 2018 Looks A Lot Like 2017 The familiar patterns in the housing market that emerged in the second half of 2017 - lots of demand from home buyers, limited supply of homes available to buy, quickly rising prices and slow but steadily deteriorating affordability - are continuing to shape the start to 2018 as well. Zillow predicts the S&P/Case-Shiller national index will show a 6.4 percent gain in national home prices in January, a slight increase from the 6.3 percent annual gain home prices posted for December. The December increase was greater than November's 6.1 percent annual gain. Case-Shiller will release January data on Tuesday, March 27. Case-Shiller's 20-city composite index rose 6.3 percent year-over-year in December, a slight slowdown from November's 6.4 percent annual growth. The 10-city composite index climbed 6 percent, the same rate as the prior month. Among cities included in the 20-city index, Seattle, Las Vegas and San Francisco reported the highest year-over-year gains in December, at 12.7 percent, 11.1 percent and 9.2 percent, respectively. The Zillow forecast is for the year-over-year change for the Case-Shiller National index to be slightly larger in January than in December.   Zillow is forecasting a smaller year-over-year increase for both the 10-city index, and the 20-city index in January.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 8:27 AM » ‘Straight up stupid,' 'incompetent' and 'misguided': Economist Adam Posen rips Trump's tariffs
    Published Fri, Mar 02 2018 8:27 AM by CNBC
    'This is fundamentally incompetent, corrupt or misguided': Economist on Trump tariffs 'This is fundamentally incompetent, corrupt or misguided': Economist on Trump tariffs 3 Hours Ago | 02:46 President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are "straight up stupid," a top economist told CNBC on Friday. Trump's tariffs announcement Thursday night has been broadly condemned by both sides of the U.S. political spectrum and the international community at large.
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