Protectionism Seeps into the Capital Markets

What started with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump is now taking hold in India—protectionism.

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The entirety of the quote is even more ridiculous, but that snippet may end up being his “read my lips: no new taxes,” moment—though how can one tell, with the daily blast of philosophy that Trump tweets? 

The President’s insistence on getting into a trade war with China has sent even Republicans into panic mode, as it spits in the face of the conservative belief that free trade and open markets are good for jobs and the economy, and help promote freedom around the globe. Trump’s tweet is at

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