Donald Trump

November 8, 2018
Markets set to rally post-midterms, but only temporarily premium
The Democrats winning control of the House of Representatives this week will likely lead to a U.S. and global financial markets bounce, as they breathe a sigh of relief that President Trump’s capacity for instigating trade disputes will be restricted by a split Congress. The Democrats winning control of the House of Representatives this week will likely lead to a U.S. and global financial markets bounce, as they breathe a sigh of relief that President Trump’s capacity for Read More
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Nigel Green
July 12, 2018
Trump’s trade war to spark a stream of negative events across the globe premium
Global markets were in chaos on Wednesday following the announcement by the Trump administration of a lengthy list of new products that tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods from China will be levied against. Global markets were in chaos on Wednesday following the announcement by the Trump administration of a lengthy list of new products that tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods from China will be levied against. Read More
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Nigel Green
March 23, 2018
Trump’s trade tariff plans should incite investors to review portfolios premium
President Trump’s threats on trade are placing him on the wrong side of history, and as such, investors should consider rebalancing their portfolios. Global stock markets have come under intense pressure at fears of mounting trade tensions between the U.S. and China – the world’s largest and second largest economies – and how worldwide economic growth and corporate earnings will be affected. President Trump’s threats on trade are placing him on the Read More
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Nigel Green
May 24, 2017
Trump is the principal threat to investor portfolios premium
President Trump represents the biggest risk for regular investors across the globe, even more so than the threat of a possible recession in China. That said, there are also some very significant opportunities for savvy investors, as Trump triggered global market sell-offs last week ahead of his first foreign trip as President. President Trump represents the biggest risk for regular investors across the globe, even more so than the threat of a possible recession in China. That Read More
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Nigel Green
March 1, 2017
President Trump’s joint address: Investors shouldn’t be concerned with lack of specifics premium
Investors should have a positive reaction to President Trump’s first address to both houses of Congress last night, even though the markets may not have been told what they wanted to hear. Generally speaking, the President’s joint address had a tone of optimism about it, akin in some respects to Reagan. Up to now, it was his best and most presidential speech by far.  Watching it, it was like Trump actually became the President of the United States last Read More
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Nigel Green
February 1, 2017
Outcry over Trump administration’s currency exploitation talk is naïve and hypocritical premium
In the wake of the contentious comments given to the Financial Times by the U.S. President’s top trade adviser, the uproar surrounding the Trump administration’s currency exploitation rhetoric has been both naïve and hypocritical. Following Mexico, China and Japan, Germany is now the latest country to be named a currency manipulator by the Trump administration, which appears to be intent on challenging trading partners that run huge surpluses with the Read More
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Nigel Green
February 1, 2017
Trump’s Muslim travel ban spooks global markets: could be positive for investors premium
Although President Trump’s Muslim travel ban announced this week has shocked markets, instead of losing their nerve, shrewd investors will be seeking out inevitable opportunities. The U.S.’s Dow Index fell below the key 20,000 mark on Monday, and the dollar was also affected by nervous sellers. The UK’s leading share index, the FTSE 100, also fell by nearly one per cent at the beginning of the week, following falls in shares in Asia. Although President Read More
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Nigel Green
January 3, 2017
Investors’ top three risks in 2017 premium
There will be many reasons for investors to be cheerful in 2017.  However Donald Trump’s policies and the Fed’s reaction to their impact will present the biggest risk next year. There will be many reasons for investors to be cheerful in 2017.  However Donald Trump’s policies and the Fed’s reaction to their impact will present the biggest risk next year. Read More
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Nigel Green
November 30, 2016
deVere poll reveals Hong Kong and Shanghai business communities are upbeat about Trump presidency premium
A new survey undertaken by deVere Group’s Acuma Hong Kong and deVere Shanghai have shown that the business communities of two of Asia’s financial centres are mainly positive about Donald Trump becoming President-Elect of the U.S. Over 650 professionals based in the Hong Kong business districts of Central and Kowloon, and Shanghai’s Financial District, Lujiazui, took part in the poll. A new survey undertaken by deVere Group’s Acuma Hong Kong and deVere Read More
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Nigel Green
November 10, 2016
Investors and HNW individuals gear up to take advantage of the Trump triumph premium
As Donald Trump’s historic victory sinks in across the world, global investors and HNW individuals are getting ready to make the most of the win. Markets are now recovering following the initial shock of the multi-billionaire businessman becoming the president-elect of the United States. As Donald Trump’s historic victory sinks in across the world, global investors and HNW individuals are getting ready to make the most of the win. Markets are now Read More
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Nigel Green
November 8, 2016
Victory for Trump would generate a negative impact in global financial markets premium
As America heads to the polls today, global markets have already begun to price in a victory for Hillary Clinton.  However, should Mr Trump win the White House, there will be a double whammy negative impact in the markets. As America heads to the polls today, global markets have already begun to price in a victory for Hillary Clinton.  However, should Mr Trump win the White House, there will be a double whammy negative impact in the markets. Read More
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Nigel Green
September 27, 2016
Race to the White House: whoever wins, investors must remain vigilant premium
After last night’s first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it’s clear that whoever wins the race, change will be on the way. Although opinion polls suggest Clinton is edging closer to victory after this first televised debate, the race to the White House is too tough to call.  However, one thing is certain: U.S. politics has changed with this election, and therefore how Americans create, grow and make the most of their wealth in Read More
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Nigel Green