There seems to be a curious symmetry between Donald Trump's plans for growth and those of the 'evil, trade dumpers' based in China.
Lazard's Flood 'open' to energy and financials if Trump keeps word on fiscal plans but taking wait and see approach
Concentrated portolio remains unchanged following election
Positive headlines from the US have been rare this year - from social issues and divisive politics to economic underperformance.
Ed Smith, asset allocation strategist at Rathbones, has warned developed market indices, which have performed well since Donald Trump's US election win, are only experiencing a short-term rally before the negative aspects of his victory begin to hit home....
Unable to implement his policies due to legislation
Just a blip or something worse?
Portfolio maintains longer-term outperformance
Dollar jumps to 13-year high
Key is understanding the effect of macroeconomics on the market
Designed to be held until 2022
US and Global strategies
Craig Mackenzie, senior investment strategist at Aberdeen Asset Management, on why 2017 offers a slightly hotter dish than 2016, albeit with an extra twist of political uncertainty.
Reduced regulation in financials a 'positive factor'
Previously called the sector a 'death trap'
In a year of political surprises, Donald Trump has succeeded in delivering the greatest of them all by winning the US Presidential Election on the back of a Republican sweep, writes Nicolas Janvier, co-manager of the Threadneedle American Smaller Companies...
EM indices at four-month lows
Plenty of scope for political surprises
So for the second time this year, we have an 'Oh, no' moment as Donald Trump wins the US Presidential Election.
Tightly fought campaign
Investors waking up to the news Donald Trump has won the US Presidential Election will be feeling a sense of déjà vu. We were all here before on 24 June as markets went into freefall following the Brexit vote.
Global stockmarkets defy expectations
Retreated from larger gains
It strikes me, as we approach the denouement of the whole sorry saga of the US Presidential Election, that global markets are still incredibly complacent, not only just about the possibility of a Donald Trump victory but also of possible post-election...