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by | Aug 4, 2021 | Politics


In today’s show, you will learn how one company is threatening to take down the entire Chinese financial system, what China will likely do to prevent a systemic collapse, how falling Chinese stock prices affect U.S. stock prices and Treasury yields, another indication inflation will be transitory, and why the markets are likely to be wrong about a Fed taper.

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