Gearing up for Trumponomics

What a Trump presidency could mean for infrastructure, taxes, and trade

By George Magnus  

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Speculation about the economic policies of a Trump Administration has been “hot” in financial markets since the end of last year, but for most folk the serious discussion starts now that the president is in the White House. Well it would, if Steven Mnuchin, his nominee for Treasury Secretary, had been confirmed.

Or Mick Mulvaney, his nominee for Budget Director. Or a slew of other nominees for posts at the Departments of Transportation, Energy, Housing, Health, Labour, Commerce and Trade among others. Most,…

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