U.S. stocks closed up Wednesday in a dramatic reversal from deep losses in post-election overnight trading. Donald Trump's unexpected victory had investors worried about uncertainty in the markets.
Donald Trump is our president elect. We look at three economic indicators to see what they can tell us about a Trump presidency.
The press will have to hold accountable a president who rarely takes responsibility for mistakes and who's threatened to punish the media. How adversarial will it be in covering Trump's White House?
Three cities in California, and Boulder, Colo., adopted taxes on sugary drinks, a move aimed at combating obesity.
President-elect Donald Trump has said confusing and contradictory things when it comes to the economy. So what do we think his actual economic agenda and policies will be? Probably the most certain thing — Trump likes to build things. And he's pledging to spend money on infrastructure rebuilding roads, bridges and schools. More broadly, he's sent some strong signals about changes in trade and immigration policy.
For weeks, the stock market sent signals that it was bound to take a hit if Donald Trump won the election. But on the first day of trading after a surprise Trump victory, stocks have been up most of the day.
Analysts say Trump is likely to kill off TPP, reshape NAFTA and impose tariffs. But economists fear those moves could set off a trade war.
As meal kits gain market share, craft cocktail subscription boxes have followed. The kits allow tipplers to explore new drinks and small brands without splashing out for a big bottle of booze.