Trump’s tweets may shake financial markets, but it’s the economy that prevails
Thursday, 19 April 2018 It is said that when UK prime minister Tony Blair left office, he did not how to use a mobile phone. The next generation of leaders saw US president Barack Obama not only using an iPhone but also sending out a few anodyne words on Twitter. Donald Trump has become the Tweeter-in-Chief, making daily news through his smartphone. It was with shock and anticipation that the world discovered that his (often intemperate) 34,300 pre-presidential tweets were likely to continue. In his first year as...
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May.13 -- After cutting off ZTE from U.S. suppliers for violating North Korea and Iran sanctions, President Donald Trump reverses course, now saying the U.S. must help rescue ZTE. Bloomberg's Kathleen.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
In a series of Tweets Saturday morning, Donald Trump praised Michael Cohen, saying he doesn't believe his embattled longtime lawyer Cohen will "flip" against him. The tweets came in response to a New.. Source: Wochit -
Apr.16 -- Bloomberg's Christine Harvey discusses bank earnings, Japan-U.S. relations and the Brexit process thus far. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East." Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
On Wednesday, US stocks tumbled as President Donald Trump escalated tensions with Russia through a series of tweets. Investor's nerves were rattled at a time when fears of a global trade war were.. Source: Wochit -
The U.S. trade deficit increased to a near 9-1/2-year high in February. both imports and exports rose to record highs. It is a sign of strong domestic and global demand. News of the worsening trade.. Source: Wochit News -
Apr.04 -- D.A. Davidson and Co. Senior Research Analyst and Managing Director, Tom Forte, gives his take on President Trump's tweets toward Amazon. He speaks with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Source: Bloomberg Global Business -