He spoke directly to voters raised on reality TV, addressing their fears and aspirations with blunt talk. Most Popular.
If Donald J. Trump hated best, and won. I was wrong. But I felt as if I had an obligation to make certain that, at least in my little corner of Pennsylvania, a man who was, to my mind, so obviously unsuited to the highest office in the world, was not just defeated, but repudiated.
I interviewed all four recently and asked them where they thought the next crisis would come from. In the exit polls, Latinos accounted for 18 percent of the total vote compared with 17 in 2012, and the split was slightly more favorable to Mrs.
We do not trust women.
We would expect that financial markets would view a Trump victory as having slightly hawkish implications, since it would make a change in what many view as a dovish-leaning Fed leadership much more likely. The speeches of central bank officials are littered with references to the need for higher rates, both to bring discipline back to borrowing and, in case another credit squeeze grips the banking sector, to have the tools to prevent a full-blown economic collapse.
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He built the New Deal around this image, establishing the minimum wage, Social Security and the federal right to organize unions. I remember thinking to myself that when this was over, I was going to have to find a way to build a bridge back to this guy who was, in so many ways, just like me. Answers to three key questions will give you a great place to start.
They can only tell you when a shift is likely to happen.
Either way, the effects on emerging markets and all lower-income countries would be dramatic. It was hard not to recall her standing beside Bill Clinton after the whole world knew graphic and humiliating details about the affairs he had denied having. That turns the spotlight onto the IMF, which is concerned that higher loan costs and lower levels of consumer spending will mean that more corporations go bust.
Clinton will seek greater regulation and possibly even price controls, might also pop. If the 2016 election marks the final, gasping end of the New Deal coalition, it should also mark the start of a new reckoning within the Democratic Party.
Rajan also sees potential problems in U. But McMillan believes it's too extreme to call it a bubble. But these young voters are clear-eyed about the shortcomings of government and optimistic enough to imagine a better world.
Me too. Twenty-eight percent said Clinton would be best for stocks. Subscription sign in.