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Joe Manimbo
It just underscores how important the American economy is to both Mexico and Canada.feedback
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Apr 26 2017
American economy has been commented on by 34 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about American economy are: Paul Ryan, Donald J. Trump and William Pauley. For instance, the most recent quote from Paul Ryan is: “The Paris climate deal would be disastrous for the American economy. It carelessly throws away the great gains that the United States has made over the past decade in energy development.”.
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Christopher Gindlesperger

Our federal advocacy and regulatory agenda has remained the same as it has for years related to the sugar reform issue. Anytime there is a new Congress or new administration there is a moment when the business community or other groups can tell their story about the jobs they can create, products they make, and the other contributions they make to the American economy.feedback

Troy Marshall

Working in manufacturing in the U.S., I understand if people aren't buying your product then I don't have a job. In my mind, it's sort of a reset of the American economy. It's the right thing to do. I don't think we need all the stuff we buy.feedback

Jorge Otero-Pailos

People in my field are interested in what makes buildings significant, . In fact, people's memories are what make buildings culturally significant. And smell is the most direct way to those memories, but we pay so little attention to it. It's one of the places where the shape of the American economy was decided, through the power of Morgan.feedback

William Pauley

This court is particularly sympathetic to Kolchinsky's position in light of the serious and far-reaching effects that Moody's conduct had on the American economy.feedback

Stephen Isaacs

Morgan Stanley and Goldman should hang their heads in shame here. I mean not about the valuation but non-voting shares. Isn't that the ultimate example of bubble trouble? So I say we are in a bubble, there is no value and investors should take a lot of risk off the table. There are two views; the Warren Buffet view is that he market isn't that expensive, the American economy is doing well and the long-term investor should always be engaged. And in the end he's done a pretty good job of managing other people's money.feedback

Donald J. Trump

Our neglected inner cities will see a rebirth of hope, safety and opportunity. We must restart the engine of the American economy – making it easier for companies to do business in the United States, and much harder for companies to leave. My economic team is developing historic tax reform that will reduce the tax rate on our companies so they can compete and thrive anywhere and with anyone.feedback

Richard L. Trumka - AFL-CIO

He's the foreclosure king. He made billions of dollars by kicking a lot of working people out of their homes. He has been an example of what was wrong with the American economy, and if he brings that to the Treasury and spreads that, I think the American economy will suffer dramatically and again, Wall Street will profit and workers will get hurt.feedback

Ted Malloch

The rest of the world shouldn't be worried if America is strong again, that America is the sheriff of the world again, that the American economy is growing at a clip that it hasn't, frankly, for the last decade. The rest of the world actually benefits from a strong America.feedback

Michael S. Barr

You can blow up the financial system and really crush the American economy. I think that's where they're headed.feedback

Roger Bridges - Nikko Asset Management

What the Trump administration is trying to do is in fact roll back what economic theory would suggest. With the American economy as it is and you try to do fiscal expansion, the effect of that in any model where you've got floating exchange rates and freedom of capital movement, is that your rates go up and your currency goes up. Germany's been the one country which really hasn't liked this policy. It was a bit unfair on Germany. There's going to be pressure on the council in the ECB.feedback

David Scowsill - World Travel & Tourism Council

Many travellers have been unnecessarily disrupted, due to the unclear nature of the executive order, coupled with a lack of prior consultation and poor communication to airlines and border officials. Preventing 'aliens' from entering the US for legitimate business or leisure purposes is misguided and counter-productive for the American economy. Our sector is responsible for the livelihoods of millions worldwide. The US has suffered in the past from similar isolationist policies. We urge the Trump administration to reconsider this ban.feedback

Ding Xuedong

Some of the slogans will be put into effect, for example, he's going to cut taxes and increase spending and he's going to increase investment in infrastructure and in this way to stimulate the American economy. I believe that's possible.feedback

David McIntosh

Tax cuts and deregulation will make the American economy great again, but tariffs and trade wars will make it tank again. The president-elect is spot on when he calls for cutting taxes and federal regulations, but 35-percent tariffs would be devastating to consumers and businesses.feedback

Jason Furman - Council of Economic Advisers

We need the American economy to be as productive as possible: more education, more training, more infrastructure, a tax code that works for our companies. All of those things make it really attractive to produce in America.feedback

Jamie Dimon - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

They really should get someone hugely qualified to help grow the American economy and negotiate with overseas and understand the critical role that business also plays in all of this.feedback

Patrick Harker - Federal Reserve Bank

The independence of the Fed is crucial to making the best decisions possible for the American economy.feedback

Ali Noorani

Who is in the room and who is appointed to these positiosn has massive implications for the American economy, particularly when it comes to immigration.feedback

Tom Elliott - deVere Group

There are some potential risks that should still be taken into account. These include the threats to trade agreements, old and new, and his (Trump's) pledge to halt immigration on which so many sectors of the American economy rely.feedback

Humberto Roque Villanueva

It may well be that deportations of the estimated 6 million undocumented Mexicans increase but we don't think it will be a measure that will take place soon or happen quickly. The Mexicans over there are useful to the North American economy and President Trump, the president-elect, will need to recognize the economic effects of such a campaign promise.feedback

Carlos Slim

If they slap on a 35 percent (tariff) it would destroy the American economy.feedback

Paul Ryan

The Paris climate deal would be disastrous for the American economy. It carelessly throws away the great gains that the United States has made over the past decade in energy development.feedback

David Yale

This march is about the banks and what they've done to the American economy. We want them to be held accountable. We want them to pay for the damage they did. Fraud should be punished by jail terms.feedback

Rick Santorum

This will send shockwaves. This is a real blow to the American economy, to our status in the world, and the president has to be held accountable for he did not provide leadership.feedback

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