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The Real Economy: Volume 44

Tariffs: Assessing the economic impact

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The hit to the economy caused by the taxes on imports and exports will spread asymmetrically across the industrial ecosystems that make up the domestic economy. Based on our conversation with officials in Washington, it is apparent that the middle market will bear a disproportionate burden of adjustments from trade tariffs and should prepare accordingly.

In this issue of The Real Economy, we discuss the potential of a global trade war and take a closer look at specific industry impact. Download the full issue.

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Tariffs: Assessing the economic impact

Tariffs: Assessing the economic impact

As the tariffs on imported goods begin to bite, the middle market will bear a disproportionate burden of adjustment.

Federal Reserve’s “Beige Book” shows tariffs beginning to bite

Federal Reserve’s “Beige Book” shows tariffs beginning to bite

What’s the early impact of tariffs? Commentary on economic conditions reveals evidence of rising input costs and general trade anxiety.

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