El Comercio.- A pesar de las polémicas generadas por el mandatario, la economía de Estados Unidos ha tenido un desempeño notable. La reforma fiscal es su principal apuesta.
Bloomberg.- MiFID II comes to life, geopolitical tensions cool a little and Trump pushes for wall funding. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today.
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan has been the driving vision of the federal government since January 2017. But how can we measure just how great America is becoming?
Bloomberg.- As legislators in Washington work to get the most sweeping rewrite of the U.S. tax code in three decades, regions including the European Union and China are expressing their concern that the bill may not comply with international rules and frustration about the effect it may have on local markets.
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump and Republican leaders plan to release a tax framework this week that would dramatically cut taxes for corporations and the wealthy, provide a measure of middle-class tax relief and punish some households in Democratic-leaning states like New York and New Jersey.
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump is now more likely than ever to end his first year in office without a single major legislative accomplishment.
Bloomberg.- Almost six months into Donald Trump’s presidency, Americans are feeling fairly optimistic about their jobs, the strength of the U.S. economy, and their own fortunes. That should be welcome news for the president, except for one thing: The public’s confidence largely appears to be in spite of Trump, not because of him.
Bloomberg.- The awkward relationship between Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron that began with a white-knuckle handshake and the U.S. president’s repudiation of the Paris climate accords gets a chance for a reset with Trump’s two-day visit to France.
Boolmberg.- President Xi Jinping’s complaint about a “negative” turn in China’s relationship with the U.S. showed the challenge facing Donald Trump when the two leaders meet in Germany this week.
Bloomberg.- Donald Trump is facing the deepest crisis of his presidency after a memo written by then-FBI Director James Comey surfaced Tuesday, alleging that the president asked him to drop an investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
El Brexit y la elección de Trump son ejemplos de un creciente nacionalismo populista en varios países del primer mundo. Se argumenta que el surgimiento de esta ideología es respuesta al fracaso del sistema globalizado. ¿Es acertado concluir que la globalización es causa principal de las nuevas direcciones que van tomando las políticas de varios países?
Bloomberg.- President Donald Trump’s call to slash the corporate tax rate to 15 percent — a number that many economists say would boost the deficit so much that the cut would be short-lived — may be less about policy and more about deal-making.
Bloomberg.- A month before taking office in 2009, Barack Obama promised “a bold agenda” to create jobs rebuilding U.S. roads and bridges with “shovel-ready projects.” Almost two years later, Obama conceded what Donald Trump may yet learn: “There’s no such thing as shovel-ready projects.”
El pasado viernes, el presidente de la República, Pedro Plablo Kuczynski, se reunió con el mandatario de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, en la Casa Blanca, en Washington. Kuczynski es el primer presidente latinoamericano en reunirse en visita oficial con el mandatario estadounidense.
Bloomberg.- Investors mostly hit the pause button on Tuesday, with European stocks trading little changed and the dollar paring this month’s gains before President Donald Trump addresses Congress. Oil declined.
Gestión.- El presidente Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (PPK) se reunirá hoy con su homólogo estadounidense Donald Trump en la Casa Blanca. Se trata de la primera reunión de un mandatario latinoamericano con el presidente de Estados Unidos, nombrado el 20 de enero pasado. Esto pone al Perú en una posición expectante, consideró ayer jueves el premier Fernando Zavala.
Bloomberg.- European equities retreated, erasing all gains for the week before a major speech from U.S. President Donald Trump. Gold extended its rally as the dollar edged lower.
Bloomberg.- Just a few weeks ago, Wall Street analysts were busy boosting their economic forecasts on the expectation that President Trump would implement sweeping corporate-tax reform, a rollback of regulations, and new fiscal stimulus. Two weeks into his term and the president has been focused primarily on immigration and trade, causing a reevaluation among analysts at some banks that harks back to pre-election concerns about Trump’s uncertain effect on markets and U.S. economic growth.
A quince días de que el nuevo presidente de los Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, tomara el mando, varios mercados se mueven en direcciones diferentes, por decisiones tomadas desde el primer día por el mandatario.
Bloomberg.- After the U.S. president said Germany and Japan are gaming foreign-exchange markets to win favorable trade terms, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday in pushing back and leading a global counter-charge to the accusations.