What can we expect if Donald Trump wins again in 2020? These three big changes look likely, says Matthew Lynn.
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.
Does Donald Trump really believe the things he says? Emily Hohler reports.
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.
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.
The chances are Donald Trump will get himself impeached, says Matthew Lynn. But a President Pence could be just what the markets need.
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.
Since Donald Trump won the US election, stocks and commodities have roared higher. But, asks Dominic Frisby, is the rally here to stay?