Reuters reports consumer spending grew at the slowest pace in 2 years during Q1.
The Foundation for Economic Freedom credits free trade for the enormous drop in global poverty rates.
On Real Clear Markets, John Tamny labels Donald Trump’s trade policies “hideously bad.”
At Fortune, Jen Wieczner says the market believes an interest rate cut is more likely than a rate hike.
Dan Mitchell explains how free markets created the Chilean miracle.
In the Washington Times, Rick Berman says the U.S. faces the same economic stagnation that led to the Brexit vote.
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