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U.S.-China regulatory “warfare”


November 19, 2021
Subject | Economics

The jousting between the U.S. and China has spilled into the financial markets as both countries look to rein in technology companies for both national security and domestic policy reasons. Policymakers in the U.S. have become concerned that China is using access to U.S. capital markets and technology to improve its military and security apparatus.

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As COVID cases rise, will U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Powell address tapering?


August 23, 2021
Subject | Economics

Weekly Market Compass: As COVID spreads, U.S. consumer and investor sentiment have taken a hit. But mobility data remains solid, and boosters may help. What could this mean for U.S. Federal Reserve tapering? Read more from Kristina Hooper.

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