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Economic growth hinges on ‘dialled back’ Donald Trump

Economic growth is contingent on Donald Trump running a presidency that is more moderate than his campaign.

That is according to Michael Gately, head of real estate research at Barings Real Estate Advisers, who said: “The baseline outlook for continued, modest, steady but slower growth here in the States bodes well for global economies.

“But it is based on the ability of Trump and his administration to dial back some of the emotion and work with the Republican infrastructure and Congress.”

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