Wednesday November 25, 2020

What next? The markets and the US midterms

November’s vote will highlight the impact of Trump’s volatility on the dollar, writes Pat Byrne

12th August, 2018

A little over three years ago, Donald Trump formally launched his presidential campaign at his eponymous skyscraper in midtown, New York City. While his speech was greeted with much whooping and hollering from the audience in attendance, the broader reception was a mixture of amusement, apathy and derision. After all, Trump had already unsuccessfully courted the Republican Party for the 1988 nomination and had briefly entered the 2000 race with the Reform Party before withdrawing...

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