The Dow Jones Industrial Average has lost nearly 2 percent, with the S&P 500 down nearly 5 percent.
The Nasdaq has also fallen more than 2 percent.
Ahead of the news, I asked the CEOs of the top three U.S. stock indexes, which have lost the most on the new administration, about the potential impact on their companies’ bottom lines.
What are the biggest concerns about the Trump administration’s plans for the stock market?
The first thing that comes to mind is the budget, which I believe will result in the continuation of the slow pace of corporate spending.
In addition, the White House will probably not be able to achieve its stated goal of cutting deficits by a larger than expected amount, even though the budget includes a plan to cut federal spending by about $1 trillion over the next decade.
I have not seen any evidence of a significant reduction in the deficit, as the Trump budget proposes.
The second issue is the lack of clarity about what the administration plans to do about climate change.
While the Trump agenda has been to reduce carbon emissions, the Trump Administration has not defined what it is doing with respect to other environmental issues, including pollution, the use of water, and the environment in general.
I think there is a real risk of the Trump Agenda being derailed and the economy being hurt.
The Trump Administration will be able only if it has a plan for climate change, and I don’t see any signs of that.
The budget has not specified what it will do.
We should expect that the Trump Admin will continue to pursue policies that undermine economic growth and job creation, especially for middle-class Americans.
The third concern is the regulatory environment.
We will see the Trump government take the lead in undoing regulations that have helped protect Americans from climate change impacts and the harmful impacts of pollutants in the air, water, soil, and other parts of the environment.
The EPA is the leading authority for protecting our environment.
It is a regulatory agency that is in charge of regulating everything from public health to the safety of products.
The administration is going to be the one that will be in charge, in part because of its track record of deregulation and its track records of trying to get rid of regulations.
The last concern is that the President is not likely to do enough to help people in the developing world.
The United States has already invested heavily in infrastructure and education in developing countries, and we have been slow to build infrastructure in developing nations, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
I don, however, think the Trump policies will be enough to change that.
I expect that it will be an uphill battle.
The Dow Jones index and S&s stock index both closed down nearly 2% in early trading.
The S&ing index has fallen more that 10 percent since the start of the year.