The Big Question Part II: Is President Donald Trump a market menace - or a welcome disruptor?

Second instalment of series

Jayna Rana
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Assessing Trump risk. Illustration: Rachel Steele
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Assessing Trump risk. Illustration: Rachel Steele

In the second part of our Big Question, portfolio managers assess how President Donald Trump's policies can be factored into investment decision-making.

Mark Leach, portfolio manager, James Hambro & Partners Volatile leader Initially, from a short-term investment perspective, Trump's tax reforms have had a positive impact on earnings, while deregulation...

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