After a quiet February, Volatility picked up in the US stock market with the Indices reversing all of Friday’s gains and then some, the S&P and NASDAQ closing down 0.4% and the Dow by 0.8% (albeit losses for the former were closer to 1% at 5.00 pm). Friday’s moves themselves still remain something of a mystery coming on the heels of the softer than expected US Manufacturing ISM release and which offered some further evidence that US tariffs on China are hurting the US just as much as they are China. In this respect, Bloomberg is reporting on two separate papers published over the weekend where some of the world’s leading trade economists declared Trump’s tariffs to be the most consequential trade experiment seen since the 1930 Smoot-Hawley tariffs blamed for worsening the Great Depression. They also found the initial cost of Trump’s duties to the U.S. economy was in the billions and being borne largely by American consumers (not by China, as Trump continues to claim).

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