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One year on: the impact of Trump on commodities markets

The prices of many industrial commodities rallied in the wake of Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election, buoyed by hopes of substantial fiscal stimulus and infrastructure spending. Market euphoria, however, appears to have been misplaced so far. There is no sign of any major infrastructure investment and the promised tax cuts are taking longer than expected.

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