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Heinz Duthel: Wie Trump Börsen, Konjunktur und Fed auf Trab hält
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“ schwingt sich die Wall Street seit der Präsidentenwahl Anfang November von einem Rekordhoch zum nächsten. Der Standardwerte-Index Dow Jones schnuppert an der psychologisch wichtigen Marke von 20.000 Punkten. „Nach der US-Präsidentschaftswahl ist im Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten somit ein schon fast chronischer Konjunkturoptimismus ausgebrochen“, sagt NordLB-Analyst Tobias Basse. Getragen wird die Rally von den Finanzwerten, die von der Aussicht auf eine geringere Regulierung profitieren. Der US-Bankenindex gewann fast 25 Prozent. Denn schließlich wurde die Branche seit der weltweiten Finanzkrise von 2008 immer enger an die Leine genommen.

Der Pharmabranche bläst dagegen der Wind ins Gesicht: Hohe Arzneimittelpreise spielten bereits im US-Wahlkampf eine Rolle. Trump hat versprochen, sich für Rabatte einzusetzen. Der US-Sektorindex gewann seit seinem Wahlsieg nur etwa halb so viel wie der Gesamtmarkt. Gleiches gilt für die Technologiebranche, die unter möglichen Handelshemmnissen besonders leiden würde. Außerdem hatten viele von ihnen im Wahlkampf Trumps Rivalin Hillary Clinton unterstützt. Der künftige US-Präsident attackierte einige Unternehmen auch direkt, weil sie Waren in Billiglohn-Ländern produzieren oder ihre Produkte zu teuer sein sollen. Zu dieser Gruppe gehören die Autobauer General Motors (GM) und Toyota, der iPhone-Hersteller Apple und der Rüstungskonzern Lockheed Martin. In allen Fällen brockte er den betroffenen Firmen kräftige Kursverluste ein.

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