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Donald Trump's victory in the United States' presidential election surprised most of the world.With capital pouring into the U.S., the dollar strengthened to levels not seen for some 13 years.Similarly, after years of criticizing President Barack Obama, Trump has spoken positively – even glowingly – about him.Of course, the U.S. does not exist in a vacuum.Notwithstanding the risk of instability in Europe, Trump is in a position not just to help boost growth in the U.S., but also to make it more inclusive.If the economic frustration that drove so many Americans to vote for Trump is to be dissipated during his presidency, and if the market gains are to be validated and augmented, this prospect must become a reality.
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