Last quote by Gregory Daco
If Trump renegotiates NAFTA, as he has said he would, activity in these states would likely come under pressure.
Jan 23 2017
“A renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement could adversely impact Midwestern manufacturing states who swung for Trump in 2016.” said Gregory Daco on this article: These states would get hurt most in a Trump trade war. This page contains 8 articles quoting Gregory Daco. Main topics on which Gregory Daco is quoted are Trump and Free Trade Agreement. In addition you’ll find 9 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
Quotes by Gregory Daco
Jan 23 2017
A renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement could adversely impact Midwestern manufacturing states who swung for Trump in 2016.
Dec 18 2016
Global growth will improve next year but remain under its long term trend. Mr Trump's policies, and the expectation of them, will be pivotal to global developments.
Oct 31 2016
The latest data should be of comfort to the Fed. Spending continues to underpin growth and, combined with positive developments on the labor market and inflation, should enable the Fed to tighten policy in December.
Oct 28 2016
Going forward, we expect a modest expansion in economic activity, but we note the economy may be in a fragile equilibrium.
Sep 06 2016
While this report is a little disappointing, it is important to note that the index had been running a little hot compared with underlying economic activity. As such, we expect a modest rebound in future ISM readings.
Aug 29 2016
I don't see that nervousness disappearing even after the elections. So I don't expect a rapid bounce in business investment.
Aug 23 2016
Businesses are generally prepared to not have everything go their way, but they have a much harder time when they don't know what's going to happen or what to expect.
Jun 28 2016
Following the Brexit vote, we expect a stronger U.S. dollar and heightened financial market strains will weigh on domestic activity, but lower interest rates should provide some offset so that the net impact is a marginal negative.
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