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The Trump Effect: time for investors to buckle up

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An opponent of Mr Trump's travel ban handing flowers to a crew member of a Lufthansa flight to Boston that carried several students who had previously been denied travel under the ban.

New York

WHEN Donald Trump won the presidential election, investors seemed positively giddy about what he was going to do to improve the nation's economy. Believing that his promises to reduce corporate taxes and curtail costly regulations would unleash economic growth, investors pushed

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