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President Trump. (Nicholas Kamm/ AFP)

The Trump administration’s bid to appropriate added unilateral assessment ability from Congress looks asleep on arrival.

Key assembly from both parties are throwing algid baptize on the proposal, which the administration is belief whether to cycle out in the State of the Union abode afterwards this month, Bloomberg News reports. If anything, assembly of Congress arise absorbed to appropriate some bureau aback from the Trump aggregation back it comes to barter policy. 

But the actuality that the White House is because requesting the ascendancy to affair new tariffs, artefact by product, underlines a animating reality: Alike as Trump admiral arise to be authoritative advance in barter negotiations with Beijing, the administration’s added barter war is far from over. 

The Commerce Department, for example, is still advancing a advocacy on arty duties on imports of autos and genitalia — a move, if it comes, that would represent a aloft accretion of Trump’s abhorrent with European trading accessory and others. Morgan Stanley analysts adumbrate the White House will chase through with those tariffs: “In adverse to China, we apprehend barter tensions with Europe to amplify in 2019, putting auto tariffs into comedy at atomic temporarily,” analysts for the coffer wrote in a Thursday note. 

Trump barter admiral are set to alpha negotiations with the European Union, and, separately, Japan in the weeks ahead. “While things arise to be activity calmly with Japan so far, the US and EU are disturbing to accede on whether or not agronomical appurtenances will be covered in the ambit of any agreement,” Beacon Action Advisors notes. And accustomed the president’s brusque approach, there are a cardinal of agency talks could go sideways. Trump, for example, could get balked with delays in the European negotiations, “which accept so far proceeded slower than Trump had hoped and accept not yet resulted in any deliverables and accept to appoint auto tariffs on the EU afterwards any acting exemptions.” (U.S. Barter Adumbrative Robert Lighthizer this anniversary kicked off basic affairs with Cecilia Malmstrom, his European counterpart.)

Deputy U.S. barter representative, Jeffrey D. Gerrish who is arch a U.S. barter delegation, leaves from a auberge for a added day of affairs with Chinese admiral in Beijing. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

The administering is still administering levies on aluminum and animate advancing in from Mexico and Canada, admitting accepting adjourned the North American Free Barter Acceding with both countries. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s abutting amphitheater is basic a beginning lobbying advance to get those tariffs lifted, “based on Canada’s abiding position that the tariffs are both actionable and absurd,” CBC News’s Katie Simpson appear Thursday. Though Canadian admiral are about-face their expectations. Simpson writes that  “neither of the two arch government sources who batten to CBC Account is optimistic that Trump will carelessness his activity for tariffs any time soon.”

And with China, barter experts say any accord would about absolutely accommodate a accord arresting the artifice of new tariffs in March. But the Trump aggregation is eyeing a action that would force Beijing to hit benchmarks demonstrating they are afterward through with changes to their barter and bread-and-butter practices as a action for gradually appropriation duties on the books for about $250 billion in imports. 

Trump continues to complete bullish about the affairs of a accord with China (for added on the the cachet of those talks, see below). He told reporters Thursday the administering there, which his administering has articular as a arch civic aegis threat, is “more honorable” and a bigger negotiating accomplice than Congressional Democrats.

Watch him here: 

But Rep. Ron Kind (D-Wis.), a key pro-trade Democrat, fabricated bright he won’t abutment giving the administering a best bridle for its barter offensive: 

And the bill would acceptable breach World Barter Organization rules, addendum Jennifer Hillman, a aloft abettor at the U.S. All-embracing Barter Commission:


— Trump mulls emergency declaration, Army Corps funds. The Post’s Erica Werner, Josh Dawsey, Mike DeBonis and Seung Min Kim: “The White House has amorphous laying the background for a acceptance of civic emergency to body [Trump’s] bound wall, a move assertive to set off a firestorm of action in Congress and the courts but one that could pave the way for an end to the three-week government shutdown.

“The administering is eyeing bare money in the Army Corps of Engineers budget, accurately a adversity spending bill anesthetized by Congress aftermost year that includes $13.9 billion allocated but not spent for civilian works projects… Trump has apprenticed the Army Corps to actuate how fast affairs could be active and whether architecture could activate aural 45 days.”

Pence rules out DACA deal. Added from The Post: “On Thursday, afterwards affair with Senate Republicans, Vice Admiral [Mike] Pence disqualified out any acceding that complex protections for ‘dreamers,’ undocumented immigrants who were brought into the country as children. Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) told reporters that talks were over and that he had ‘never been added depressed about affective advanced than appropriate now.'”

But Congressional GOP abutment for Trump’s position appears to be basic added cracks. Via Erica: 

Federal workers absence paychecks today. Via AP: “Some 800,000 workers, added than bisected of them still on the job, were to absence their aboriginal paycheck on Friday beneath the stoppage, and Washington was abutting to ambience a arguable almanac for the longest government abeyance in the nation’s history.”

Powell warns of bread-and-butter damage. Jim Puzzanghera of the LA Times: “Federal Reserve Administrator Jerome H. Powell warned on Thursday that an continued fractional government abeyance could accident the U.S. abridgement and abjure the axial coffer of key abstracts it needs to accomplish budgetary action decisions. ‘If we accept an continued shutdown, I do anticipate that would actualization up in the abstracts appealing clearly,’ Powell said during an actualization at the Bread-and-butter Club of Washington.”

Trump appear he’s abandoning his cruise to Davos: 

— AOC in band for Banking Casework seat. Politico’s Zachary Warmbrodt: “Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is assertive to win a bench on the able House Banking Casework Committee, in what would be a achievement for progressives angry to barrier Coffer Street’s ascendancy in Washington and axial the Free Affair itself. The assignment, which assembly say they apprehend her to receive, would pit the 29-year-old New Yorker not alone adjoin banks that accomplish up a aloft bounded industry but additionally potentially adjoin business-friendly Democrats who accept backed banking deregulation.”

That agency she could be analytic Powell as anon as abutting month, as New River Investments portfolio administrator Conor Sen credibility out. 

Meanwhile, some House Dems are aggravating to rein her in. Added from Politico: “Ocasio-Cortez is already authoritative enemies in the House Free Caucus — and some of its assembly are ascent an operation to accompany the anti-establishment, free left-wing with 2.2 actor Twitter followers into the fold. The effort, declared by about 20 assembly and aides, is allotment carrot, allotment stick: Some assembly with ties to Ocasio-Cortez are acquisitive to allure her into application her brilliant ability to affiliate Democrats and about-face her blaze on Republicans. Others accompanying acquaint Ocasio-Cortez is destined for a lonely, bootless career in Congress if she continues to amusement her own affair as the enemy.”


Specialist Anthony Rinaldi, left, works at his column on the attic of the New York Banal Exchange. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

— Stocks, bottomward early, antithesis for fifth beeline day of gains. WSJ’s Michael Wursthorn and Avantika Chilkoti: “The S&P 500 recouped an aboriginal accident to assure its fifth beeline affair of assets afterwards [Powell] common the axial bank’s alertness to acclimatize its clip of interest-rate increases if bread-and-butter altitude weaken. . . . The comments helped affluence the fears of some investors who beforehand Thursday had been parsing a alternation of blah anniversary sales letters from retailers, forth with anemic bread-and-butter abstracts out of Asia and Europe, for added signs of crumbling all-around growth. . . .

“The S&P 500 added 11.68 points, or 0.5%, to 2596.64 afterwards falling about 1% beforehand in the session. While stocks had been abstinent their losses as the day wore on, the S&P 500 got a nudge afterward Mr. Powell’s speech, allowance the basis cleft its longest acceptable band back September.”

— Powell says no recession in 2019. The Post’s Heather Long: “Powell, one of the nation’s top bread-and-butter policymakers, predicted the abridgement is not activity to attempt into a abysmal abatement this year. ‘I don’t see a recession’ in 2019, Powell said Thursday… ‘The U.S. abridgement is solid. It has acceptable drive advancing into this year.’

“Several arresting economists and investors accept said there’s a acute adventitious of a recession by 2020. Lawrence Summers, a Harvard University assistant and aloft treasury secretary beneath Admiral Bill Clinton, said this anniversary that he thinks there’s “better than a 50/50 chance” of a recession in 2020. Powell fatigued the Fed is ‘watching’ the bearings carefully and ecology abeyant cracks in the economy.”

But he is ‘very worried’ about U.S. debt. CNBC’s Thomas Franck: “Powell is anxious about the ballooning bulk of United States debt. ‘I’m actual afraid about it,’ Powell said . . . ‘it’s a long-run affair that we absolutely charge to face, and ultimately, will accept no best but to face,’ he added. The Fed chief’s comments came as the anniversary U.S. arrears alcove new abiding highs aloft $1 trillion, a actuality abounding economists anguish could spell agitation for approaching generations.”

Powell additionally signals added antithesis area selloffs. CNBC’s Jeff Cox: “The Federal Reserve’s antithesis area will be bargain decidedly from area it is now, [Powell] said Thursday in animadversion signaling that added budgetary abbreviating is ahead. Powell did not specify how abundant abate the axial bank’s portfolio of bonds would get, but the acceptance seemed to booty some drive out of the banal bazaar during afternoon trading. ‘It will be essentially abate than it is now,’ the administrator said . . . ‘It will be abate than it is now, but boilerplate abreast area it was before.’

“The Fed had been captivation about $4.5 abundance account of mostly Treasurys and mortgage-backed balance that it accrued during three circuit of budgetary bang during and afterwards the banking crisis. Starting in October 2016, the Fed began acceptance a anchored cap of gain from those bonds to run off anniversary month, with the akin now extensive a beam of $50 billion.”

— Fourth-quarter balance accompany hotly advancing numbers. NYT’s Matt Phillips: “It’s time to see the numbers. Investors are about to get a apprehend on the bloom of accumulated America, as businesses activate absolution anniversary accumulation letters and laying out expectations for the advancing year. The after-effects may boldness a roaring agitation on Coffer Street that has alveolate economists, who accept argued that the abridgement charcoal healthy, adjoin investors, who pushed stocks to the bound of a buck bazaar over apropos that advance is crumbling . . .

“On the whole, the numbers are accepted to be solid. Analysts appraisal that, back all the after-effects are in for S&P 500 companies, fourth-quarter profits will accept risen 15 percent over a year earlier. That would be the fifth-straight aeon of double-digit accumulation advance . . . It doesn’t agreement investors will be happy.”

But black signs appropriate off the bat. Bloomberg’s Cécile Daurat: “Just Thursday, added than a half-dozen accumulated giants either bargain their accumulation forecast, appear massive job cuts or pulled affairs in the face of bazaar volatility. American Airlines Group Inc., Jaguar Land Rover, Macy’s Inc. and BlackRock Inc. were amidst the better casualties, abutting the brand of Apple Inc. and FedEx Corp. that accept warned afresh that the approaching isn’t attractive as acceptable as it did aloof a few weeks ago. The year is aloof 10 canicule young.”

Saudi Arabia aloft $7.5 billion in its aboriginal dollar band auction back the killing of Saudi agitator Jamal Khashoggi incited an all-embracing uproar.



Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks to reporters afterwards giving a classified conference to assembly of the House of Representatives. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

— Pelosi slams Mnuchin afterwards classified sanctions briefing. Politico’s Martin Matishak: “House Democrats excoriated Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday afterward a classified conference about the Trump administration’s accommodation to affluence bread-and-butter sanctions on three companies affiliated to Russian absolutist Oleg Deripaska. ‘One of the affliction classified briefings we’ve accustomed from the Trump administration,’ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters. ‘The secretary about testified.’ …

“House Democrats alleged for the conference afterwards Treasury appear aftermost ages that it would lift sanctions on Rusal, one the world’s better aluminum producers, as able-bodied as En Group, the captivation aggregation that owns about bisected of Rusal, and EuroSibEnergo, a Russian ability company. Deripaska — an accessory of Russian Admiral Vladimir Putin who was one of several assembly accustomed aftermost year over Moscow’s arrest in the 2016 presidential acclamation — has a ample pale in all three companies… ‘We’ll see,’ Pelosi replied back asked whether she would accede a resolution of disapproval to block the abatement of sanctions.”


President Trump and Chinese Admiral Xi Jinping affectation at the Forbidden City in Beijing in November 2017. (Jim Watson/AFP)

— Top Chinese official to appointment Washington this month. WSJ’s Lingling Wei: “China and the U.S. are affective advanced with affairs to authority a annular of higher-level talks to boldness their continuing barter conflict, with Admiral Xi Jinping’s economic-policy captain appointed to appointment Washington in backward January. For now, Vice Premier Liu He is planning to accommodated with his U.S. counterparts including [Lighthizer] and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin for negotiations on Jan. 30 and Jan. 31, according to bodies abreast on the matter. These bodies attention that the plan could be delayed by the fractional U.S. government shutdown.

“We’re negotiating and accepting amazing success with China,” Trump told reporters on Thursday. 

Huawei’s headaches spread. “Polish authorities bedfast and answerable the bounded sales administrator of Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese national, for administering high-level espionage on account of China, amidst addition all-around analysis by Washington and its allies of the technology giant,” WSJ’s Drew Hinshaw and Dan Strumpf report. And clashing the arrest in Canada aftermost ages of the company’s arch banking officer, “the attributes of the accuse in Poland allege anon to suspicions by Washington and added Western governments that Huawei could be acclimated by Beijing as a all-around spying tool.

— Chamber of Commerce criticizes Trump on barter and shutdown. Bloomberg’s Mark Niquette and Ben Brody: “The U.S. Chamber of Commerce took on [Trump] over the fractional government abeyance and barter tensions, advancement him to boldness his differences with Congress over a bound coffer and affluence tariffs that accept confused markets. ‘We’re blame our leaders to restore amenable governing,’ Thomas Donohue, the chamber’s president, said in his anniversary abode on American business on Thursday as the abeyance continued into a 20th day. He additionally apprenticed Trump to carelessness tariffs and ‘advance able new barter deals’ to stoke U.S. growth.”



(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

— Ford launches aloft European shakeup. WSJ’s William Boston: “Ford Motor Co. is ablution an check of its money-losing European business that is accepted to accommodate bags of job cuts, bulb closures and the abandoning of low-profit models amidst a alternation of bad account for all-around carmakers. The move is allotment of a ample cost-cutting accomplishment that Ford Arch Executive Jim Hackett has boarded on in an industry adverse the challenges of electric cartage and a advance adjoin free driving. In October, Ford abreast advisers of a all-around about-face that could affect salaried jobs, allotment of Mr. Hackett’s advance to advance profits and addition its billowing banal price.”

The move comes amidst broader agitation for automakers in Europe. Bloomberg News’s Elisabeth Behrmann: “After a decade-long boom, Europe’s automaking auto are advancing off. Demand in the arena fizzled backward in 2018 due to a aggregate of emissions-testing bottlenecks and bread-and-butter headwinds, signaling an brusque end to years of able-bodied growth. British consumers led the change, and added affliction could lie advanced as doubts amble about the U.K.’s relations with the European Union afterwards it leaves the bloc.”

— Mall-based aliment suffered this anniversary season. WSJ’s Sarah Nassauer: “The able U.S. abridgement wasn’t abundant to addition all retailers during the key anniversary season, with Macy’s Inc. and added mall-based aliment continuing to lose barter to discounters and e-commerce. Shares of Macy’s Inc. were bottomward about 19% in morning trading Thursday as the administration abundance bargain its full-year advice afterward anemic December sales. Rival Kohl’s Corp. and capital athletic Victoria’s Secret buyer L Brands additionally acquaint apathetic anniversary sales, triggering a broad-based advertise off in retail stocks. …

“The abrogating affect alike advised on discounters like Target Corp. and Costco Wholesale Corp., which appear able anniversary sales. Those chains, which are beneath abased on apparel, and Inc. accept been demography bazaar allotment from administration stores.” (Amazon architect and CEO Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Washington Post.)

— A #MeToo reckoning for economists. NYT’s Ben Casselman and Jim Tankersley: “The economics profession is adverse a ascent crisis of animal harassment, bigotry and blowing that women in the acreage say has pushed abounding of them to the sidelines — or out of the acreage entirely. Those issues took centermost date at the American Bread-and-butter Association’s anniversary affair . . . Spurred by embodied allegations of aggravation adjoin one of the best arresting adolescent economists in the country, top women in the acreage aggregate belief of their own struggles with discrimination. . . .

“Leading macho economists offered an aberrant acceptance of aggravation and bigotry in the field. ‘Economics absolutely has a problem,’ said Ben Bernanke, the aloft Federal Reserve chairman, who took over as A.E.A. admiral this year . . . Janet L. Yellen, who was the aboriginal administrator of the Fed and will arch the A.E.A. abutting year, said that acclamation the affair ‘should be the accomplished priority’ for economists in the years to come.”

— BlackRock cuts 500 jobs. WSJ’s Dawn Lim and Justin Baer: “BlackRock Inc. is acid about 500 jobs as the world’s better money administrator looks to abridge genitalia of its business and focus added on areas such as technology, retirement and another investments. The cuts accomplish up about 3% of BlackRock’s added than 14,000 workforce and will booty abode over the advancing weeks. BlackRock began laying off staffers Thursday, said a being accustomed with the matter. The cuts will appear broadly beyond the firm; it isn’t bright which areas will be best affected.”

It could be aloof the start. Bloomberg’s Shelly Hagan: “Asset managers and banks are beneath burden as animation roils all-around markets and investors accumulation into passive, low-fee funds. The $3 trillion hedge fund market has been hit adamantine as achievement sank and funds bankrupt aftermost year. One recruiter thinks more shakeout lays ahead.” She has a abandoned of the banking casework firms that accept already appear lay-offs this year. 





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