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Bloomberg
Jan 1, 2017 3:00pm EST
and will remain, the dollar, the world's reserve currency. but keep in mind that china has already stepped up to become an increasingly important regional reserve currency in asia. a few years back, 40% of all trade in asia was done in the form of dollars, even though the united states was only 10% of that trade. china has moved in. but let's keep in mind the following. over the last three years, the trade-weighted dollar has risen about 25% or 30%. while we feel good that it says something about the u.s. being strong, it also is an impediment to economic growth. the single fastest growing segment of the u.s. economy has been exports in the last decade. but with our cost up 25% to 30%, that makes it much more difficult for exports to grow. tom: told me that with the dollar dynamics and this concept of american exceptionalism and good capitalism, if you will, in what we have witnessed in the campaign, tpp down in flames, both candidates, and the idea of a new isolationist, zero sum, neo-mercantile america. is that a genuine fear for abby joseph cohen? abby: it is a concern for me. a
Bloomberg
Dec 25, 2016 12:00pm EST
the world's reserve currency. but let's keep in mind that china has already stepped up to become an increasily important regional reserve currency in asia. a few years back, 40% of all trade in asia was in dollars, even though the united states was only 10% of that trade. china has moved in. let's keep in mind the following, over the last three years, the trade weighted dollar has risen about 25% or 30%.whils something about the u.s. being strong, it also is an impediment to economic growth. with our cost of 25% to 30%, that makes it much more difficult for exports to grow. tom: help me wh this concept of americaexceptionalism and what we have witnessed in the campaign, tpp down in flames, both candidates, and the idea of a new isolationist, zero sum, neo-mercantile america. is that a genuine fear for abby joseph cohen? abby: it is a concern for me. history would bear out that those models do not work. intermediate to long-term, they harm not just the country imposing those policies, but it tends to hurt world trade as well, particularly for such a large economy like that of the uni
Bloomberg
Dec 26, 2016 6:00pm EST
economies. >> europe has got to get its act together, institutionally and economically. china has got to make a success of its reforms. i think it is important u.s. growth takes an upward turn and acceleration in the year to come. exportsthailand where jumped the most in nine months in november surging more than 10%. oil-related products posting a positive performance in line with a rally in crude prices. agriculture soared by 13% and industrial shipments up by about 10%. analysts forecast a 2% climb and $500 million surplus. global stocks. on monday, most markets are shut. japanese shares fell as the yen gained against the dollar for a fourth day recovering from an early loss led by construction stocks after the government said it will invest more than $250 in highways and waterways in 2017. declining to the lowest level in more than month. we are counting down to the opens in seoul and tokyo today. this is what features look like. looking like a bit of a fallback for the japanese index. ♪ tom: there is no question america and the world changed in 2016. the new year brings president t
Bloomberg
Jan 2, 2017 4:00pm EST
in form of dollars, even though the united states is only 10% of trade. china has moved in. over the last three years, the trade-weighted dollar has risen. while we feel good about that say something about the u.s. being strong, it is an impediment to economic growth. the single fastest-growing sector of the economy has been exports. it makes itp, difficult for exports to grow. help me with the dollar dynamics and what we have just witnessed with tpp going down in idea of a new isolationist, is zero-sum, neo-mercantile america. that will harm the country uses those policies and world trade. particularly, a large economy, like the united states. tom: are we worried about china taking the vacuum of our isolationism and reticence to move abroad? the signs thatg china is anxious to become more important on the world stage, economically and politically. among this most clearly their specific trade partners in asia and latin america. tpp was designed to help specific pacific rim partners and not china. a trade was to create alliance among the nations that was not china. you mentioned that
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)