Donald Trump reacts to the Wall Street crash
President Donald Trump has broken his silence on the stock market. Trump has tweeted about the stock market at least 60 instances since his election in November 2016, CNBC announced remembering that Trump has noted stock market prosperity much more often than his for-runners. The FTSE 100 has posted its most disappointing one-day overall performance since last April, as the London index picked up from a Wall Street sell-off at the end of a week ago. The stock market panic of 2018 arised a pinnacle on Monday when the Dow fallen a record 1,175 points. Wall Street finished its worst week in two years on Friday with one more sharp slide as markets in Europe in addition carried on to slide from the record-high levels achieved below a month earlier. In the ‘old days,’ when good news was reported, the Stock Market would go up. Today, when good news is reported, the Stock Market goes down,” Trump suggested on Twitter. A slipping stock market should not impact the economy right away.