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Investors talk about 2017 and Trump

It will take years for any Trump policies to affect market supply and demand, opines one.

Mr Trump's victory kicked off a continuing stock rally that left the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index up nearly 10 per cent by the end of 2016, a gain few anticipated a year ago.

New York

LAST year was one of unusually big surprises for markets - none more so than the election of Donald Trump. Not only were many money managers and experts dead wrong about his chances, but they were doubly wrong in betting on a big market selloff in the event he won.