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Euro is falling apart Tensions in Germany and Italy may raise the issue of the eurozone breakup Divide and conquer. Did Donald Trump, who had unleashed the US-China trade war, know that this would possibly result in the breakup of the eurozone. Ex…

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-Most Asian stocks post modest gains -Treasuries rise -U.S. dollar trades near the year’s high -Muted reaction after China made borrowing costs cheaper for companies -Bunds tumble as Germany readies stimulus plan

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Italy's Tria and Di Maio discussed the economic slowdown in Germany, the risks linked to Brexit and the U.S.-China trade dispute Italy: the rock of stability in an uncertain world.

Wide implications for euro zone as US-China trade war, Brexit leave Germany on edge of recession

There are obvious reasons why foreign markets are on sale: The U.K. is wrestling with BrexitChina is facing a standoff with the U.S. Germany might be slipping into recession Russia is bruised by its energy sector

Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter and China reported a raft of weak data, sharpening fears of a slowdown spiral in Europe and Asia’s two industrial powerhouses.

ASX set to rise as Wall Street rebounds on stimulus efforts in China and Germany

Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter and China reported a raft of weak data, sharpening fears of a slowdown spiral in Europe and Asia’s two industrial powerhouses.

Morning Note: -Global stocks start the week edging higher -Trump links China trade talks to HK protest -Germany ready to spend (crisis dependent)

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We Americans are not used to our economy being influenced by the outside world. But that's exactly what may happen this time. Although our trade war attacks are probably helping to touch off the troubles in China in Germany.

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Researchers per million people. Israel: 8250 South Korea: 7113 Japan: 5210 Germany: 4893 Canada: 4552 Australia: 4539 UK: 4430 US: 4313 France: 4307 Russia: 2979 Spain: 2732 Malaysia: 2274 Italy: 2131 Turkey: 1216 China: 1206 Brazil: 881 India: 216 Indonesia: 89 (World Bank)

G20 countries by GDP growth, 2019 India: 7.3% China: 6.3% Indonesia: 5.2% S Korea: 2.6% US: 2.3% Brazil: 2.1% Australia: 2.1% Saudi: 1.8% Russia: 1.6% Mexico: 1.6% Canada: 1.5% France: 1.3% S Africa: 1.2% UK: 1.2% Japan: 1% Germany: 0.8% Italy: 0% Argentina: -1.2% Turkey: -2.5%

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Growing up in Northern Virginia, I used to get the occasional "go back to China" while playing sports. (I was actually born in Germany, on an American military base b/c my Japanese-American dad spent 20+ years in Army after being jailed 4 years in WWII internment camp in Utah.)

Emmanuel Macron suggests building its own army to protect Europe against the U.S., China and Russia. But it was Germany in World Wars One & Two - How did that work out for France? They were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along. Pay for NATO or not!

Most visited countries, 2018. (million visitors) 1. France: 95.8 2. Spain: 85.3 3. US: 78.3 4. China: 62.5 5. Italy: 60.2 6. Turkey: 43.7 7. Mexico: 41.2 8. UK: 40.8 9. Germany: 40.2 10. Thailand: 37.3 (UNWTO)

GDP growth, 2019 India: 7.3% China: 6.3% Indonesia: 5.2% Pakistan: 2.9% US: 2.3% Brazil: 2.1% Spain: 2.1% Nigeria: 2.1% Netherlands: 1.8% Saudi: 1.8% Russia: 1.6% Canada: 1.5% France: 1.3% UK: 1.2% S Africa: 1.2% Germany: 0.8% Italy: 0.1% Japan: 1% Turkey: -2.5% Iran: -6% (IMF)

all @wildnestor  Feb 16 the number of school shootings that have happened since the year 2000 around the world: ENGLAND: 0 GREECE: 1 NETHERLANDS: 1 SPAIN: 1 INDIA: 1 ARGENTINA: 1 RUSSIA: 1 CHINA: 3 MEXICO: 4 AUSTRALIA: 5 CANADA: 5 GERMANY: 5 SOUTH AFRICA: 5 USA 212

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