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Post-election bulls may be overlooking Trump risk

Many analysts say markets are too complacent about a potential sell-off caused by shift in US trade policies

Pedestrians posing with a wax figure of Mr Trump in Seoul last month. South Korea and other Asian economies including Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, China, Thailand and Taiwan are the most vulnerable to protectionist measures from the US, along with Mexico, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

New York

INVESTORS are ignoring Donald Trump's trade rhetoric at their own peril.

That's the warning coming from a rising cohort of erstwhile Trump bulls who've gone weak in the knees as the president turns his sights on allies from Mexico to Japan and Australia. It isn't enough,...

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