Wall Street's longest bull run started almost ten years ago - and Lars Halter from DW Business was there. He told Brent Goff on the Day what the mood was like back then. @brentgofftv @lars_halter #TheDay @dwnews @DW_Business
Wall Street's dismal performance has had profound knock-on effects on global markets. Analysts have warned that the downward spiral is likely due to tariff-related effects on US companies, citing rising basic costs.
Wall Street is marking the longest ever period of bullish investor sentiment, reflected in the benchmark S&P 500. But the underlying definition of a bull-market run is arbitrary, experts say.
US political activist and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader tells DW why he believes Donald Trump will be a one-term president and why the Democrats should adopt European concepts to win the midterm elections.
US President Donald Trump remains focused on reducing the American trade deficit, and Japan may be the next target. An American newspaper cites the president as saying he wants to make Tokyo "pay" for its surpluses.
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