What Is The "Trump Effect" On Markets? It Could Be Good For Gold, Bad For ChinaMark Melin
What is the "Trump Effect?" The lightly challenged ascendancy of Republican front runner Donald Trump to capture his party's nod to potentially face Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton in an election nine months away could create investment market volatility, various institutional research reports say. But it is economic factors and not Trump that are currently having the most significant impact on market movement, say other reports.
ICBC international research is watching relations with China and the currency relative to a potential Trump presidency
Perhaps the most significant . . .
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