Suspicion Grows That China Is Exporting Deflation

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April 25 (Bloomberg) -- On today's “Morning Must Read,” Bloomberg’s Tom Keene recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes providing insight behind today's headlines on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

In the u.s. right now, even if we assume that the federal states on its current tapering path, we believe the u.s. economy has enough roads and rate of growth to really get us into a stronger -- one of the things you are so good at is synthesizing all of this.

I have got a morning must-read, folks.

I say good watch, this is really the price dynamics of the system where foreign exchange tells us about inflation.

This is in the "telegraph," i thought it was brilliant, the u.s. treasury clearly suspect that the chinese authorities have reverted to their mercantilist tricks, driving down the exchange rate.

It is no mystery why the world is drifting ever closer to deflation.

To an extent, it is, but we do not really believe that the world is moving toward deflation in a very significant way.

From running plays and -- from an inflation part, if you are looking on the inflationary front, there are a few technical flockactors that maybe inflation should increase, but you need stronger economic growth.

When you talk about utilization, u.s. around 70%, unemployment

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