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Wall Street Sounds Alarm on Several Trump Trades

Deutsche Bank raises concerns over infrastructure trades, while UBS notes that investors no longer expect sweeping tax reform or a big uptick in GDP.

      U.S. President Donald Trump (photo credit: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) So much for the so-called Trump trades. Investors and Wall Street pros are growing increasingly skeptical that the kinds of policies that spurred a number of markets and specific investments following the election will materialize anytime soon. Expectations—or rather hopes—for rip-roaring growth thanks to lower

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