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I probably have pretty much the same (negative) view of Trump as does Tyler Cowen.  But I’m not particularly surprised by the stock market evidence that Tyler presents, suggesting that the election of Trump would not have much impact on the market. Tyler points out that in past elections the markets respond to a GOP […]
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