Soumaya Keynes on Trade, Dollar Dominance, and the Highlights of Jackson Hole


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Soumaya Keynes is the US economics editor for The Economist magazine, and she is also the co-host of *Trade Talks*, a podcast on all things trade, including trade policy, trade wars, and the future of trade. Soumaya joins the show today to talk about the general topic of trade, but also some other recent economic developments. David and Soumaya also discuss dollar dominance, the effects of trade policy on economic uncertainty, and the highlights, and major themes of the Kansas City Fed’s Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium.

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Soumaya’s Twitter: @SoumayaKeynes

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Related Links:

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*Trade Talks Podcast* hosted by Soumaya Keynes and Chad P. Brown (PIIE)

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*U.S. Monetary Policy and International Risk Spillovers* by Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan

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