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On the money: Trump promises will fall short

US President Donald Trump ushers in an acrimonious era of key person risk in financial markets

Fri, 27 Jan 2017

US President Donald Trump ushers in an acrimonious era of key person risk in financial markets.

The “tweeter-in-chief” will exercise power and influence over markets and economies worldwide.

Mr Trump claims to be good for business but whether he can succeed within the context of contemporary

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