When it comes to the stock market, President Trump giveth and President Trump taketh away. His attacks on Amazon and its CEO, Jeff Bezos, have cast capitals into a frenzy
, and financial experts are telling the President to lay off. The Dow fell 459 places yesterday
, and Amazon has lost $60 billion in market value since Trump started pounding the company about a week ago. This is all happening, experts suppose, because Bezos owns The Washington Post, one of Trump’s least favorite pamphlets. But Trump’s strikes are changing more than Amazon’s bottom line
; they’re baffling Wall street investors, who worry about regulation and that Trump’s mission may interfere with corporate demeanor.
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