Axios Edge: Who will win the war?

The war we find ourselves in, and one potential winner. Plus the bailout, the rent problem, the dollar’s surge, and my attempt at a coronavirus guide for individual investors.

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1 Response to Axios Edge: Who will win the war?

  1. Peter Varhol says:

    I’m a bit sanguine over the prospect of China becoming the leader of the world. I am old enough to remember the 1970s, when it was Russia through its scientific and military prowess, and Japan in the late 1980s/early 1990s, when it was their intellectual and manufacturing might. Neither panned out. Russia remains bothersome, of course, mostly because of its natural resources and political adventurism. Japan simply faded away, still powerful in some respects, but the world has passed it by, and it seems content to have let that happen.

    So, now it’s China. The US is likely to someday lose its leadership role, and China may be a a good candidate, but that game is still early. I might prefer voting on sub-Saharan Africa, if it can ever get its corrupt act together.

    As an aside Felix, I truly miss your wide-ranging commentary and rip-roaring discussions on the Reuters of the past. I may not have always (rarely) agreed with you, but I always learned something new. I would pay a subscription to recreate that experience.

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