Saturday, February 18, 2017

Trump's protectionist trade policies

Peter Lupoff analyzes recent U.S. equity market performances and explains why fourth-quarter gains may have nothing to do with Donald Trump's election.

James H. Nolt anticipates that Trump's protectionist trade policies will hurt not only foreign countries and companies, but also American corporations and consumers.

Amanda Mattingly predicts that the Cuban government's resistance to market-friendly reform and declining oil subsidies from Venezuela could strain Cuba’s stagnant economy even further, especially given the Trump administration is unlikely to lift the economic embargo on the island nation.

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