Analysts fear ‘volatile’ economy – and perhaps recession – under Trump
The US position in the global financial world, and the fact that many investors have bet on Clinton, means a Trump election could bring a cataclysmic shock
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President Donald J Trump. Imagine, if you can, beginning the trading day on Wednesday with those words ringing in your ears. It’s a scenario that has a lot of investors worried.
“I think we’d have to brace for tremendous volatility and an initial drop in the market,” says Timothy Fisher, a New York-based tax attorney and an investor with retirement savings invested in stocks and bonds, and in whose eyes this election involves both high political principles and economic arguments.
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