The early morning tweets. The war against the media. Battles with public company CEOs. Verbal brawls with world leaders. Such has become the norm in the first year in office for U.S. president Donald J. Trump. TheStreet's feature series "Inside Trump's First Year" looks at the biggest stories in business over the last year fueled by one of the most unpredictable presidents in history. Most importantly, TheStreet offers a glimpse into what could happen in 2018 on a range of issues -- and stocks -- in what will probably be an equally chaotic second year for Trump. Expect the unexpected is an old adage that couldn't ring truer at the moment.
Calling all substitute teachers.
After a fiery war of words on the campaign trail, Trump's relationship with America's tech giants has settled down, likely for several key reasons.
President Trump is perpetuating a tradition of bashing the press that goes all the way back to George Washington.
Manufacturers and retailers alike dread the possibility of trade barriers.
Gold prices have been on a rollercoaster since Trump was elected president.
To lead or not to lead.
Tossing a bone to gold bugs.
Donald Trump's presidency has been a gift to private prison stocks. For gun investors, it's been a disaster.
A year after his election to the White House, the Mexican peso continues to rise and fall, in part, with Donald Trump.
And anyone who thinks they know where the market is headed next has learned nothing from history.
Tech has fueled a large portion of the gains this year, but there are market concerns as 2018 approaches.
Trump IS Twitter.
The pharmaceutical sector and a company that rents industrial equipment are seen as potential winners.
Financials have shown remarkably consistent gains.
Your wallet may get hurt.
Buyout shops could land some good news.
Some economists are suggesting that the labor market may be close to full employment amid signs of tightness.
So goodbye to bank breakups.
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