Shares plunge after Trump halt stimulus talks – Dateway

We’ve been warning for weeks that no stimulus deal will happen before the election, and just moments ago none other than President Trump confirmed this.

The president, who has been in the White House for less than a day, just collapsed over stocks when he tweeted that due to Nancy Pelosi’s “bad faith” negotiations, he asked representatives “To stop negotiations until the end of the elections”.

Trump’s full tweetstorm:

Nancy Pelosi is asking for $ 2.4 trillion to bail out mismanaged Democratic states, high crimes, money that is in no way related to COVID-19.

We made a very generous offer of $ 1.6 trillion, and as usual it does not negotiate in good faith.

I reject their request and look to the future of our country. I have asked my representatives to stop negotiating until the election is over, when, immediately after I win, we pass a major stimulus bill focused on American workers and small businesses.

I asked Mitch McConnell not to delay, but to focus full time on approving my outstanding candidate for the United States Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett.

Our economy is doing very well. The stock market is at record levels, employment and unemployment are also returning in record numbers. We are leading the world in economic recovery, and the best is yet to come!

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And speaking of the stock market at record highs, stocks weren’t too happy with this abrupt end to all hopes of a stimulus deal, and risky assets plunged… yields plummeted… and the dollar flew.

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