The “Trump factor” is wearing off, as markets start to realise that America’s new president might not be Wall Street’s new best friend. John Stepek explains what that means for investors.
Lost among some of Donald Trump’s more questionable statements was the proposal to scrap the tax deductibility of interest expenses.
Donald Trump is seen as “business friendly”. But that won‘t necessarily mean soaring markets or record returns. For investors, there’s just one thing they need to know, says John Stepek.
Donald Trump goes on the charm offensive when it comes to dealing with Britain. Matthew Partridge reports.
The US has a new president unlike any other – what are the implications for investors of The Donald’s dominion? Rupert Foster reports.
Theories that Russian intelligence had some kompromat on Donald Trump have been circulating for a long time.
Donald Trump’s sabre rattling against China could spark a trade war between the tow countries that coiuld quickly envelop the rest of the globe.
US stocks are expensive, but they’re not in bubble territory yet. Unfortunately, one far more important asset class is, says John Stepek. And when it collapses, it could pull everything down with it.
Prime minister Theresa May seems intent on keep her cards close to her chest despite signs that patience is wearing thin.
Investors are feeling bullish in American markets as the new year brings with it a Donald Trump presidency, says Andrew Van Sickle.
According to one of the world’s most successful investors, there are parallels between Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power in Britain and Donald Trump becoming US president. John Stepek explains.