Author: David Ashworth

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With Trump's perceived warmth toward Russian President Vladimir Putin, the possibility of Russian economic sanctions being removed has emerged.

Goldman Sachs has gone bullish on commodities. The finance major, which is the biggest commodities dealer (in sales), has advised clients to go overweight.

The 500 rupee note and the 1,000 rupee note were demonetized at midnight on November 8. The move aimed to curb black money in the financial system.

In this series, we’ll look at Trump's economic priorities and how they could impact the FOMC as well as the US monetary policy going forward.

In his November 2016 Insights newsletter, Richard Bernstein talked about the growing opportunity cost of investing in equities (SPHD) (VIG).

Donald Trump's victory in the recently concluded US presidential elections could have a measurable sociopolitical and economic impact on Europe.

A statement signed by 370 economists on Donald Trump's proposed economic policies said that he is “a dangerous, destructive choice for the country."

The expected occurred on November 2, 2016, when the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) left the federal funds rate unchanged at 0.25%–0.5%.

The US stock market (ITOT), as represented by the S&P 500 (SPY), fell in October. This fall marked the third successive monthly decline for US equities.

US economic growth surprised on the upside for 3Q16. Real GDP (gross domestic product) growth came in at 2.9% in the quarter.