The majority of industrial enterprises of the USA expect an increase in their income during the presidency of Donald trump. This writes Bloomberg citing data from Goldman Sachs, obtained in the course of interviewing representatives of different sectors of the American economy.
“This month we asked analysts to comment on how the results of the presidential elections in the United States will affect companies in their sectors,” the report says. “While some replies point to the still remaining uncertainty in some sectors, most of them expect favorable effects,” write the authors of the document, noting that the best hope respondents associated with the expected tax cuts and economic incentives.
Bloomberg notes that the report is Goldman Sachs – not the first scoping document, which positively assesses the impact of the outcome of the presidential elections in the United States on the development of the economy. Previously with a similar forecast was made by analysts at JPMorgan Chase & Co. However, they noted that while a large part of the political course of President-elect trump promotes the growth of the U.S. economy, it sometimes populist rhetoric may significantly undermine it. One such moment analysts believe trump’s promise to pursue a more assertive policy in the area of trade.
Bloomberg notes that, of course, no one expects from the presidency, trump will win, without exception. “Goldman analysts expect that some sectors will not touch it, and some even will suffer damage,” – said in the article.
Goldman among respondents who negatively assess for themselves the consequences of election trump the President, in particular, automotive, aerospace sector and the agribusiness sector clean energy.