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Howe Street Interview: Unprecedented Washington market intervention

Oil has collapsed on the back of Wuhan coronavirus fears while, but Apple (Mostly Sunny; AAPL) keeps climbing despite the device maker's exposure to China. What could explain the divergence? How about billions of dollars of liquidity being thrown at the financial system from the U.S. Fed and Treasury? That is the opening topic in my latest interview with Jim Goddard on HoweStreet.com.

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Mish Shedlock sees more tariffs but fewer rate hikes on the way

Updated December 1st, 2018 (expands first quote to include possibility of a minor deal) - In his latest interview with Jim Goddard, economist Mish Shedlock suggests that the best outcome of the Trump-Xi dinner summit this weekend would be a minor deal that holds off on new tariffs for a while. However, the soft but outspoken economist doesn't expect a deal.

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