American Economics Thread


Gatekeeper

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Husky is practically privately owned by Li Kai Shing. Imperial and Suncor have fairly low debt. I considered it.
If you are happy, then that's fine. I don't know there debt profile, so I can't really comment. And as far as Lee kai shine, well he is Hong Kong riches man. Sorry, typo. He is now a Canadian! Lol
 

Rettam Stacf

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Trump became the president of the United States on Jan 20, 2017.

On Jan 19, 2017, Dow closed at 19,804.72 and S&P 500 at 2,271.89. On 16 Jan 2017, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude closed at $51.08/barrel.

Today, Dow closed at 19,173.98, S&P 500 at 2,304.92 and WTI at $19.84/barrel.

For Trump's presidency up till today, the Dow turned negative and S&P 500 is 33 points from the same. Expect more economic goodies from Trump soon, may be even this weekend.
 

Gatekeeper

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Trump became the president of the United States on Jan 20, 2017.

On Jan 19, 2017, Dow closed at 19,804.72 and S&P 500 at 2,271.89. On 16 Jan 2017, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude closed at $51.08/barrel.

Today, Dow closed at 19,173.98, S&P 500 at 2,304.92 and WTI at $19.84/barrel.

For Trump's presidency up till today, the Dow turned negative and S&P 500 is 33 points from the same. Expect more economic goodies from Trump soon, may be even this weekend.
Yep, complete lack of progress. Laugh me head off. Now don't get me wrong, normally, no one is foolish enough to judge a president's sucess or otherwise on the stock value alone. It just that this president set out his store on this. He keeps taking credit for a bull market, even though it has got nothing to do with his presidency. (some argue ir is dispite of). So therefore, he should take it as his handling of the US economy that caused the stock crash!
 

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