The president's rhetoric arrives at a bad time for automakers.
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While traders have been anticipating various reactions to the new commander in chief, the market has shrugged.
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The Fed's words can cause just as much volatility in the markets as the President's.
Investors are discounting U.S. political risk and a mature economic cycle that will weigh on company earnings, said the French broker which expects a "material pullback" in 2017.
Those taking a higher timeframe approach remain trapped in the same holding pattern.
It can't get this phone wrong.
Netflix appears to have reached upside exhaustion.
U.S. stock futures rise and European stocks maintain gains after Britain's Supreme Court rules the government must get approval from Parliament before starting the process of leaving the European Union.
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