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How confidence in the benefits of free markets and free trade has been lost
Promise to trim corporate rate to 15% would cost $2.2tn in lost revenue over 10 years
Infrastructure modernisation may start with US air traffic control
How the song went from the movies to the White House to a muddy field in Glastonbury
Judged by returns from the S&P 500, Obama is edged out by his democratic predecessor
Differing stances on foreign policy and trade will threaten formation of strategy
As the era of globalisation ends, will protectionism and conflict define the next phase?
The rise in the US currency since the election could easily be reversed
He has a mandate to overthrow orthodoxy but can he turn rhetoric into action?
Foreign policy experts caution that strategic differences with US may widen
Both the size of America’s deficit and where it comes from matter
Historians may come to see 2016 as an economic policy inflection point
Calm starts to return amid comparisons to 1980
The cross-border activities of big companies make it harder to map a level playing field
Bruce Springsteen’s soaring ballad resonates among politicians and progressives alike
Companies and electorates have much to gain from transparency over the ailments of those at the top
Is verbal mud-wrestling the best we can expect from Clinton and Trump?
This is not how you win elections, but it is a great way to leverage your brand