From the Economist’s Notebook…

We dispense with our usual (and slightly cynical) view of the news in this weekend’s report in order to ensure that you have a very clear handle on the major decision-point immediately ahead not only for the U.S. but also Global Markets.

If you are not a subscriber, I think if you ever “get around to it” this could be on the key articles to read in six months to a year because we “lay it all out…”

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3 thoughts on “From the Economist’s Notebook…”

  1. I like the way your website is developing I know that’s not the way that you initially intended to have your website but it’s developing into something different I like the wave that it’s becoming more personal there I think call you have a picture there and different pages of your website house pictures are that are showing but I’m having a problem with the the microphone here every time I start to talk it cuts off and I have to keep tapping to speak oh okay maybe you did that so that I can’t ramble on too long and then go like hey okay in other words it’s give us your short message and tell us what you are saying that’s what your protrain with the new Google cut off anyway I think that’s unique and I like it and it’s different and it can go a long way and and it can go a long way in cutting people’s rambling conversation one two one two three one two three four I was counting that I want two three four five six and it cuts off before I finish so yeah that’s weird

    • I’m going to try another cell phone see if it works the same as sand in cutting off like this one is

  2. More fake news but how did someone be able to video this? The content is a total hit job on Trump. How do they know whats being said. This kind of fake news is what the CIA pushes when theyre promoting regime change in a foreign govt. They sow doubt and disloyalty with propaganda. It looks like their charter now includes domestic targets or did it always? Nobody should be able to take these kinds of videos of the Whitehouse. Where’s the secret service? Shouldn’t this be considered a breach of security?

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