US Economy

Even after five years of crisis, recession — some even say depression — this US economy is still the largest in the world.

It has enormous influence over the direction of financial markets and your investments. But will its trillion dollars in government debt prove the end of the Empire? Or can resurgent industries like technology and energy put America back on the front foot?

We’ll leave it to you to make up your own mind after reading from this diverse group of analysts.

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  • US Economy
  • Trump’s Biggest Bombshell
    Was Trump’s budget the latest sign of American exceptionalism falling on its sword? Or was it his unique brand of reverse psychology working overtime? Whatever it was, it felt novel, if somewhat ill-advised.
    The Knives Come Out for Trump
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 370 points, Treasuries rallied the most since July and volatility spiked higher as the turmoil surrounding the Trump administration roiled financial markets around the globe.
    The Market is Worried and With Good Reason
    Given The Donald is no shrinking violet and plays by his own rule book, the market is worried. And with a good reason. The fall of Donald Trump will be every bit as spectacular to watch as the market’s historic collapse.