How Trump’s tax cuts will boost America’s stock market

By JOHN W. BROWNThe stock market has been a boon for President Donald Trump.

It has soared as the economy has expanded and jobless claims have fallen.

But the latest data show the economy is shrinking faster than previously thought, and stock prices have dropped more than 60% since the start of the year.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 479 points, or 0.2%, to 21,638.10 on Wednesday.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 index lost 476 points, but the Dow is still up 2,500.

The S&P 500 index is down more than 1,300 points since the beginning of the week.

After weeks of losses, the S&P has regained some ground, but it is still down more then 2,000 points from its recent all-time high of 20,894.50.

In the latest reading, the Nasdaq Composite index lost nearly 2,300, or 1.9%, to 4,637.20.

It closed at 5,979.09 on Wednesday, a fresh record low.

“I’m not worried about the stock market,” Mr. Trump said during an interview with the Associated Press on Wednesday morning.

“I’m worried about jobs.”

The Dow fell 0.7% on Wednesday to 23,918.50, its lowest close since November 6, 2015.

The S&Ps dropped 0.6% to 5,839.80.

The Nasdaq fell 0% to 6,547.85.

Analysts expect the economy will contract slightly next year, as unemployment drops, and the stock markets will fall.

But if the economy does contract, the stock and bond markets will bounce back.

“I expect the stock-market rebound to last through 2020,” said Jeffrey Yellen, chief U.S. economist at Berenberg Bank.

Mr. Trump has said that the U.N. climate accord is not good for the U: “It’s a disaster.”

The president is pushing through his controversial tax cuts.

Mr. Yellen said he expected a rebound in the stock price in the next few months.

“We don’t know what that recovery is going to look like, but I expect the market to rebound from here,” he said.

U.S.-listed companies that use their stock options to buy stock in U.P. companies are hoping to make a profit this year.

The Dow has lost a third of its value in 2017 and 2018.