The markets are undervaluing the growing risk of trade protectionism under the Trump administration. Ever since he considered running for U.S. president in 1988, Donald Trump has changed political parties at least five times and has switched positions on hot button issues including abortion and gun control. But he has been remarkably consistent in declaring that trade deficits matter and voicing support for managed trade.
How the US and China could avoid a trade war
Voluntary export limits offer a face-saving solution but carry risks at well