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Trade wars: US and China

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06 March 2017

Trade wars: US and China

Report summary

US trade policy has been quiet since President Trump withdrew from the TPP in late January. That could all change, following the confirmation of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. If the target is economies with which the US runs a large trade deficit, China stands out. The stakes are high, but taking action against Chinese imports is not easy. The likeliest outcome is one where no one wins.

Table of contents

  • Economic indicators

Tables and charts

This report includes 16 images and tables including:

  • USA Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Eurozone Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Japan Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • China Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Industrial production
  • Industrial production
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (3-month moving avg.)
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (3-month moving avg.)
  • 10-year government bond yields (%)
  • 10-year government bond yields (%)
  • Consumer Price Index (annual % change)
  • Consumer Price Index (annual % change)
  • Exchange Rate Indices vs US$ (Jan 2012 = 100)
  • Exchange Rate Indices vs US$ (Jan 2012 = 100)
  • Oil and gas prices
  • Copper and freight prices

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