Some Irish firms have more to fear from the US presidential election result than others
In the early hours of last Wednesday, stock markets looked like opening to the sort of declines not even witnessed during the Great Recession. The incoming reality of president Donald Trump was yet another outcome that wasn’t being factored in and hence the negative reaction.
As it turned out, a calmness – or perhaps just shock – took hold last week and markets actually soared to record highs.
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