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To: JimisJim who wrote (199277)6/15/2019 12:26:46 PM
From: kidl  Respond to of 202482
Ditto to your comments.

This part of your post looked after my morning smile requirement:
“Both China and Trump hold losing hands”

“The United States of Trump” … It’s coming! LOL

To: JimisJim who wrote (199277)6/15/2019 12:42:22 PM
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There are no winners or losers in trade wars

Of course there can be winners and losers in tariff disputes, just as in military wars. To be on topic with this thread, OPEC's policy decisions, which could be considered as trade wars, creates winners and losers in global energy markets, as well as in investment decisions that are discussed here.

I have no wish to drag politics into this thread, but I am cognizant of the fact that trade, economics and politics are intertwined, energy issues being no exception.

When Big Dog was actively monitoring this board, he would put a stop to egregious and often off topic political postings. Perhaps an active moderator might be needed here again, if OT postings get out of control..