What China’s trade decisions do to the global economy
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China is a big player in the global economy, importing and exporting several trillion dollars worth of goods and services each year. That means China's trade decisions can affect the health of industries and economies across the globe, but right now it's hard for the World Trade Organization to do anything about it. For more on this issue, we talk to Chad Bown at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Households are becoming more nervous about personal finances due to inflation. A look at results from Apple and Amazon, which reported earnings and losses this week.
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Price increases have a lot to do with how people see their finances at the moment, but people are also feeling more secure in their jobs.
Restrictions on exports like fertilizer and steel have major economic ramifications for trading partners.
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