Episode: 18: Technology Sector Growing While the Rest of Market Responds to Tariffs


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18: Technology Sector Growing While the Rest of Market Responds to Tariffs

What do the political changes in Italy and Spain mean for the U.S. markets? Is Italy likely to stay in the Eurozone? Scott points out the one country that is always hit hard in choppy European markets.

What are the important developments in any supposed "Trade War?" John asks Scott why steel was the target for tariffs when it’s such a small percentage of imports. John talks about the backlash from Mexico and Canada over NAFTA disagreements and he asks Scott why President Trump seems to be strengthening his stance on China trade. 

Scott and John discuss what to look for from the Apple Developers Conference.



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