From currency manipulation to NATO to Syria, Trump is flexible.
It's the currency's worst start to a year in more than a decade.
“What we’re looking at is a broad shift of investment back to the U.S.”
After sharp declines in U.S. stock futures overnight and in Asian shares, equity investor panic appeared to ease but bond investors pushed up Treasury yields as they worried Trump’s policies would ultimately weaken the dollar and hike inflation.
Market watchers around the world are struggling to figure out what is happening in our global economy. We are swimming in news of Brexit opinions and terrorist attacks all in hopes of making sense of it all and keeping our heads above water, if not our investment portfolios.