So Here We Are, Year After
Today is an anniversary of Donald Trump’s presidency. Shares are going to hit their maximums. Some say that Trump’s presidency only harmed the economy and that he did almost nothing that was promised. But assets and the overall trade are in a good shape. President’s trip to Asia continues and market is paying attention to it. But, no drastic changes and reactions are expected. Dollar staged a consolidation. The currency is likely to go up at the end of the year.
Theresa May might be forced to fire a member of her cabinet. Bank of England is likely to increase interest rates tomorrow. We’ll monitor Pound’s dynamic, which has pulled back.