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Will the wave knock Trump over?

In just over a month we’ll know. 32 more sleeps. The US will have a new President, ending the Obama era after eight years where the Dow Jones has more than doubled, federal debt to GDP ratios have declined in each of the last seven years, GDP growth is spluttering along rather than firing at 1.4 per cent but better than the negative growth he inherited and unemployment is down from its double digit high in October 2009, sitting now at 4.
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