Trump's radical 100-day plan: How he aims to 'make America great again' - Hindustan Times

Trump has plans to pass 10 laws, some new and some to replace existing laws, within the first 100 days of his administration by working with Congress.(AFP). US president-elect Donald Trump has a radical 100-day plan to “make America great again” that ...

6 ways Donald Trump could actually Make America Great Again - The Week Magazine

That is a multi-trillion-dollar question. The man is notoriously hard to read, and he likes it that way. As a keen dealmaker, he favors "unpredictability," which is smart game theory. Any administration, even a Trump administration, needs to focus on a ...

Donald Trump: How his plan to 'Make America Great Again' could cost world economies - ABC Online

Financial markets rallied across the globe late last week after the Trump ascendancy with Wall Street surging to a new record. And all because a few soothing words in the Donald's acceptance speech convinced twitchy traders that, hey, he's not such a ...

China might be the real winner in a trade war - Economics Wire (press release) (blog)

China production The great victory of Donald Trump on US presidential election may seem like a great loss for China. After most of the time his campaign called China a rogue who steals American jobs, the election of Trump almost certainly means that ...

Trump's economic ideas leave all sides wary - The Killeen Daily Herald

President-elect Donald Trump upended the American political system with his stunning triumph. Now the question is whether he'll do the same for the U.S. and world economies. By calling for a wall to curb immigration from Mexico and tariffs to restrict ...

Trump probably can't jump-start US economy in his first 100 days - MarketWatch

Donald Trump gave a boost to retail sales in October. Can he do the same for the U.S. economy in 2017? The U.S. is steering toward the start of a Trump administration at a tepid 2% pace of growth, but hardly anyone expects the new president with ...

US China Trade Wars in the near term and long term - Next Big Future

Experts at a seminar held by the Center of China and Globalization think opportunities can be found to improve the China-U.S. relationship. An Gang, a senior editor and journalist at World Affairs, holds the view that Trump's promises to cut taxes for ...

Businessman Trump won't halt China trade - Global Times

The election of Donald Trump as US president caught investors around the world unprepared. The market endured a roller coaster ride as traders scrambled to adjust. Many people are questioning how Trump, a political novice and businessman known for his ...

China Trumps Trump When It Comes to Infrastructure - Bloomberg

President-elect Donald Trump has proposed spending up to $1 trillion over a decade to make America's infrastructure "second to none." Except for China that is. The world's second-largest economy has already topped that this year alone, with $1.2 ...

Will Trump start a trade war against China? - Global Times

In an interview with Bloomberg Television Friday, when questioned as to whether US President-elect Donald Trump will formally declare China a currency manipulator, Judy Shelton, one of Trump's economic advisers, said "he is someone going to carry ...

Trump's protectionist policies cloud global trade outlook - The Australian

China's trade relationship with the US was in trouble even before last week's presidential election, with shipments to its biggest single customer down 6 per cent in the first 10 months this year. Massive tariffs of up to 500 per cent imposed on ...

One of Trump's major economic polices could lead to a 'global recession' - Business Insider Australia

In the days following the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency, Wall Street analysts and economists are attempting to parse out his impact on the global economy. A large chunk of the analyses of Trump's domestic economic policies has focused ...

Little right, much wrong with Trumponomics - The Sydney Morning Herald

For years I've wondered how America's business elite could grab almost all the proceeds of the country's growth, leaving real wages permanently stagnant, without having ordinary workers rioting in the streets. Now I know. The anger kept building until ...

Trump's Promises Fuel Volatility in Metals Markets - Wall Street Journal

Metals prices have swung wildly since Donald Trump, who has pledged to curb Chinese imports while investing in infrastructure, was elected president of the U.S.. Copper prices on the London Metal Exchange were up 8.7% since the U.S. election result, ...

The economy that Trump inherits: Durable but sluggish - Youngstown Vindicator

Donald Trump inherits a much sturdier economy than the one Barack Obama carried into his second term four years ago. Back then, the scars of the Great Recession were still fresh. Joblessness was near 8 percent. Pay was flat. Europe faced a grave debt ...

Trade is the lifeblood of humanity. Closed doors lead to closed minds - The Guardian

Donald Trump on the campaign trail in June at a metals recycling facility in Monessen, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Keith Srakocic/AP. Sunday 13 November 2016 00.15 EST Last modified on Sunday 13 November 2016 06.42 EST. Share on Facebook · Share ...

Trump's take on trade will be pivotal in California - Long Beach Press Telegram

President-elect Donald Trump speaks to members of the media during his meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais. By Rachel Uranga, Long ...

Trump needs to think big and build right to reform our infrastructure - New York Post

Donald J. Trump became present-elect in part because people are fed up with government incompetence. One place where that's obvious is infrastructure. Comparing us to China during the campaign, Trump said: “they have railroads and trains that go 250 ...

Trump can get us the China deal we deserve - New York Post

To win the presidency, Donald Trump promised to cut taxes, boost energy production, roll back excessive business regulations and much more, but nothing would deliver more punch for growth and jobs than his promise to fix America's broken trade policy.

Does Donald Trump's election spell the end for Pax Americana? - Washington Examiner (blog)

On influential political scientist says that the chapter of history in which America exerts substantial control of the world will come to an end during President-elect Trump's administration. Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, told Nikkei ...