It turns out that a trade war isn’t enough to tarnish President Donald Trump’s favored report card: the American stock market.
First President Donald Trump came for the sanctity of U.S. jobs data. Now he’s challenging the Federal Reserve. Bond traders — at least for now — are taking the latest breach of executive tradition in stride.
In forming a new task force to protect consumers from fraud, the Trump administration made clear that one of the greatest threats to the public is just emerging: red-hot markets for crypto coins.
Donald Trump’s brewing trade war could have another collateral victim: Americans’ retirement savings.
Assets have fallen 20% at the firm after the former Morgan Stanley and Bear Stearns advisor put himself at the center of a conspiracy theory over the death of a staffer at the Democratic National Committee.
As 2017’s roaring bull market gives way to a markedly choppier 2018, the buzz among Wall Street stock touts is that the best of the Trump Trade has passed. Sure, more gains could be wrung out, and probably will be, but nothing like the 30 percent burst over the past 16 months.
Andrew Puzder has lobbied against big hike in minimum wage and Obamacare, views on fiduciary rule unknown.
Kellyanne Conway says the president-elect’s thinking may not track that of his outspoken adviser and fiduciary rule opponent Anthony Scaramucci.