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Post by Ssmith Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:31 am



President Trump in Iraq . . . In the first 30 seconds of the speech, it may be nothing, but I have to wonder if he is talking about something we are waiting on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwf0x9eAnLg

It was more of a good will visit at Christmas imo. It doesn't mean instant RV imo but it's all good towards Iraq's stability which the CBI and many are looking for...wait for a full cabinet/GOI

Bloomberg Video: Indonesian Rupiah to Have 'Big Chance' in 2019, Mizuho's Yamamoto Says (12/27/18)

Jump to 3:00 minute mark in video.


Bloomberg: Vietnam’s Economy Remains Outperformer as Growth Tops 7% Mark (12/27/18)

Vietnam’s growth accelerated in the fourth quarter, as stronger manufacturing output helped the economy remain one of the world’s best performers.

Gross domestic product grew 7.3 percent in the three months through December from a year earlier, and was up from a revised 6.82 percent in the previous quarter, the General Statistics Office said in Hanoi Thursday. Growth for the full year was 7.1 percent, compared with the median estimate of 6.9 percent in a Bloomberg survey of 12 economisits.

Economic growth is being buoyed by robust domestic demand, and increases in exports, manufacturing and foreign investment.

The government is taking advantage of the U.S.-China trade tensions to boost the nation’s profile as a manufacturing and export powerhouse, selling everything from shoes to smartphones. Trade accounts for about twice the nation’s gross domestic product -- more than any country in Asia apart from Singapore.

“Vietnam is poised to capture some of China’s global market share in labor-intensive manufacturing,” according to Trinh Nguyen, a senior economist at Natixis Asia Ltd. in Hong Kong. “It’s the clear winner from the trade war.”


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