Trending snippets that capture Trump presidency sentiment

Published: December 23, 2016

The 2016 US elections were unique in many ways and there has been a lot of debate regarding the impact of Trump economics on the stock market. The markets have reacted favorably in anticipation of deregulation, investments in defence and infrastructure. However the technology sector has not followed other sectors as there is some caution as to how Trump's trade and immigration policies will impact global trade. The articles below based on Stocksnips sentiment analysis discuss certain stocks

Trump's Win Is Making It Cheaper For GM, Ford To Import From Mexico

Shares of General Motors (GM), Ford (F) and Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) are zooming ahead Thursday as the Mexican peso's plunge since Donald Trump's election victory means the auto giants will see lower costs on cars and parts produced there

Jason Ma 11/10/2016

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Amgen, Biogen, Celgene Eye M&A In Trump's 'Pro-Biotech' World

Amgen (AMGN), Biogen (BIIB), Celgene (CELG) and Gilead Sciences (GILD) could look to M&A following Donald Trump's election as 2017 sets up with fewer regulatory hurdles and a likely biotech resurgence, RBC analyst Michael Yee said Monday

Alison Gatlin 11/21/2016

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Goldman Sachs, Pfizer Are Buys; J&J, Wendy's Downgraded

Barclays analyst Geoff Meacham said he sees a higher likelihood that trapped overseas cash can be repatriated under the Trump administration and used for M&A and return of capital to shareholders

Patrick Seitz 11/29/2016

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Alcoa: Post-Split Surge

Fundamentals in the near-term look favorable for Alcoa shares as base metals will likely see support from Trump's heavy spending policies

Brandon Dempster 11/14/2016

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Does Amazon Have An Antitrust Problem?

Amazon shares are getting hit hard despite the fact that all three senior indices re trading well in the green at the moment despite the fact that Donald Trump is now President-elect Trump

Jay Somaney NOV 9, 2016 @ 02:45 PM

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JPMorgan Hits Record As Banks Extend Gains; CEO Dimon At Treasury?

Analysts have said Trump's focus on tax cuts and public infrastructure spending could bring higher inflation on a flood of new debt coming to the market and higher bond yields

Bill PETERS 11/10/2016

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