With the renegotiation of trade agreements and the lifting of customs barriers a more complex and time-consuming legislative process, investors seem to focus more on the new President’s intention to reduce taxes, reduce regulation in a number of sectors and outline an ambitious infrastructure plan Structures. In general, these measures would have a positive impact on the economy and profits of various companies, which explains the strong rise of some sectors in Europe and the US. The interpretation of the bond market seems to be the same. US yields continue to rise with the prospect that such measures will increase public spending and inflation. Given the high uncertainty regarding the details of the new Presidency’s economic policy, markets should remain volatile. In the short term, the notable rise in stock markets over the last 48 hours seems likely to rebound.