It is a recurring pattern in the stock markets: Donald Trump creates a crisis that was not there before. And then he backs out of his previous threats, resulting in new all-time highs in the indices. This happened yesterday once again on Wall Street with new all-time highs. The Dax could start the run-up to its all-time high today. Despite the impact of missiles in the green zone in Baghdad late last night. Obviously more relevant for the stock markets in the short term is Donald Trump’s message yesterday that he does not want to respond militarily. That seems to put an end to the Iran crisis, which Trump provoked in this form in the first place.
Dear traders, we are currently facing the threat of a veritable false start into the new stock market year. Especially the typical export indices such as the Nikkei or the DAX are coming under pressure […]
A column from New York by Herbert Bauernebel On day 2 of the US government’s shameful shutdown (Shutdown) the fronts first hardened dramatically: a quick resolution of the fierce budget dispute seemed improbable at […]
Donald Trump was tweeting, and he was up to date. He’s gonna sign the phase one deal with China at the White House on January 15th. There will be a high-level Chinese presence at the […]