Donald Trump

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There’s only one dictator in the US – and it’s not Donald Trump

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There is one entity in the US with powers to make markets do whatever it wants. But it’s not the president. It’s the Federal Reserve. John Stepek explains why.

Is Donald Trump extremely crafty or just plain thick? We’re about to find out

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Which is the real Donald Trump: master strategist or impulsive idiot? We’ll find out later, says John Stepek, when he outlines his economic agenda to the US Congress.

How likely is a UK-US trade deal?

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President Donald Trump has pledged to maintain a trade deal with Britain after Brexit in March 2019. On what terms and is it in Britain’s interests to sign up?

Trump turns away the huddled masses

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President Donald Trump last week signed an executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries has caused chaos.

Donald Trump’s energy revolution

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The new president has vowed to slash green regulations and promote fossil fuels. But is this anything more than hot air? Simon Wilson reports.

What to buy as Trump pumps

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Charlie Morris reveals what investors should be buying to profit from the new era of Donald Trump politics.

Will Trump be good for stocks?

It’s that time of the presidential cycle again: when a new leader takes over, and the financial media produces a flood of articles speculating on his likely impact on stocks.

Trump: he really meant what he said

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Does Donald Trump really believe the things he says? Emily Hohler reports.

For better or worse, Trump’s policies are reflationary

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Protectionism; lower taxes; huge walls in the desert. Whatever you think of them, there’s no doubt that Donald Trump’s policies are inflationary. And that’s good for stocks – for now.

Markets get an overdue wake-up call on Donald Trump

The “Trump factor” is wearing off, as markets realise that America’s new president might not be Wall Street’s new best friend. John Stepek explains what that means for investors.

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