Trade Offs

posted 2/14/2012 in General

Economic Commentary Highlights...
  • The mild recession in Europe that we expect (and is unfolding) may not have as big an impact on the U.S. economy or U.S. corporations' sales and profits as is widely feared.
  • Trade flows are sizable between Europe and emerging markets, but they are relatively small between Europe and the U.S.
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