From Financial Times:
Kathy Bostjancic, Head of US Macro Investor Services, weighs in on how the presidential candidates’ economic proposals could affect the markets, businesses, and the overall economy.
“Things [Donald Trump] has said have really been counter to what would be deemed good economic policy,” said Kathy Bostjancic, an economist with Oxford Economics. “Hillary Clinton looks safer to businesses and investors. It doesn’t mean an increase in the minimum wage is something the business community would fully embrace … because it could hit profit margins, but it pales into comparison of choking off global trade flows with enormous tariffs or creating a global trade war.”