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Global Trade Crashes Back To "Very Old Normal"

"Get used to it" is the message from Goldman Sachs when it comes to the collapse in global trade... What if the last 30 years of exuberant world trade growth was the 'outlier' and we are now reverting to the pre-Greenspan normal? As Goldman's Goohoon Kwon explains, a low trade beta may be normal: Finally, another explanation for the trade slowdown is that it simply represents a return to normal.
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