The bear is lurking around the corner

Redelinghuys, Petri
December 2016
Finweek;12/29/2016, p21
The article focuses on several economic and political issues that could contribute to the bearish condition of the investment market in the U.S. Issues about the Brexit and President-elect Donald Trump's upcoming fiscal and economic policies are cited. The country's growing debt in China which would likely affect the investor's change of mood among the investment community is also discussed.


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