There was a lot more to the man than just his bold gambits as Fed chairman.
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The heart of the U.S. economy is in rural Missouri. GDP production has moved west over the past decade.
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Future trade agreements are bound to be smaller and messier. But they’re still worthwhile.
The prime minister will want to attract foreign investment. He won’t want to alienate his new supporters.
Markets have tangible, if limited, reasons to celebrate both these incomplete deals.
The country is wasting billions of dollars and causing debt strains by pursuing too many semiconductor projects.
In reality, OPEC's new deal isn't much different than the old one.