But while the markets seem to be shrugging off trade worries, businesses are starting to worry about the impact of a U.S.-China trade war.
Large companies, fearing a trade war, are moving products around the world before tariffs increase. This has important implications for the stock market.
Both the U.S. and China are entering this showdown from positions of strength. That’s why it’s almost certain the trade war will go further than you think.
As the trade war with China starts, that country is likely to lose more than the U.S. That means the trade war won’t last long.
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This chart shows that market action points to a rally in Mexican stocks, and the catalyst could be the new populist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Some stocks are going to get hit hard because of President Donald Trump’s trade war threats against China. Some of these are among the most popular stocks.
A new conservative president has promised to cut taxes and red tape for businesses. Efforts like these should lead to more investment in his country.