Trump was awarded recently about 10 trademarks by the Chinese country while, you know, berating the advantage the Chinese take on tariffs. And he keeps selling his condos to Chinese who benefit from the EB5 visas.
This guy is totally reckless when it comes to do anything straight. Somebody has to explain in details what he said or what he meant.
A week ago, all looked well in the world of the Federal Reserve and Chair Janet Yellen: Economic hopes were high, the markets were performing well, and the central bank was well on its way to restoring some sense of normalcy after a decade of historically loose monetary policy.
Suddenly things have gotten murkier.
The stock market just turned in its worst one-day performance of the year, worries are escalating in Washington and on Wall Street that President Donald Trump's agenda has hit stall speed, and the notion that the Fed will have a free ride seems considerably less certain.
Should this keep up — and there's a growing drumbeat on the Street that it will, at least in the near term — it could set up Trump and Yellen on a collision course.