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Justin Wolfers argues that Wall Street fears Trump

Wall Street fears a Trump presidency. Stocks may lose 10 to 12 percent of their value if he wins the November election, and there may be a broader economic downturn. These conclusions arise from close analysis of financial markets during Monday’s presidential debate… Monday’s presidential debate provided a rough approximation of this experiment. At 9 […] The post Justin Wolfers argues that Wall Street fears Trump appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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