What Could Trump Achieve in His First 100 Days in Charge?
Short-term gain for long-term pain? That's the view of economists at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., who argue that while some of President-elect Donald Trump's proposals could boost U.S. economic growth in the near future, his other policies would offset those positive impacts over the long-run. Trump's surprise victory in the presidential elections has spurred a rally in stocks and upped market-based expectations of inflation as the President-elect is expected to enact a host of tax cuts and boost infrastructure and defense spending that he says will jump start growth by 3.5 percent per year, on average. Ccla Investment Management CIO James Bevan, Sarasin & Partners CIO Guy Monson and Mercury Public Strategy Partner Morris Reid discuss with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."