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Pablo Soria de Lachica Atribuye la Incertidumbre de la Economía Global a la Victoria de Trump

La elección de Donald Trump a la presidencia de Estados Unidos crea nuevas incertidumbres en la economía global en un tiempo donde el mismo crecimiento ya es frágil y mercados extranjeros están reaccionando. Debido al temor por el método comercial protector prometido por Trump y a sus políticas de “América-primero”, el día siguiente de la elección el índice Nikkei en Japón cayó más de 900 puntos, la bolsa de valores Filipina se hundió a su mínimo en 7 meses y billones se perdieron en el Intercambio de Seguridades Australianas. El experto en divisas, Pablo Soria de Lachica, trata estas consecuencias tempranas a las políticas propuestas y el impacto a largo plazo que tendrán sus acciones en las economías fuera de Estados Unidos. Posterior a una campaña marcada por su ardiente retórica anti-foránea, promesas radicales y posiciones cambiantes en temas claves,…


Pablo Soria de Lachica Attributes Uncertainties in the Global Economy Caused to Trump’s Victory

The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president creates new uncertainties for the global economy at a time when growth is already fragile, and overseas markets are reacting accordingly. Due to fear of Trump’s promised protectionist approach to trade and “America-first” policies, the day following the election the Nikkei index in Japan fell more than 900 points, The Philippine Stock Exchange sank to a 7-month low, and billions were wiped from Australian Security Exchanges. Foreign exchange expert Pablo Soria de Lachica discusses these early consequences of Trump’s proposed policies, and the long-term impact his actions will have on economies outside of USA. Following a campaign marked by fiery anti-foreign rhetoric, radical promises and shifting positions on key issues, many are uncertain about the direction in which President Elect Trump will take the world’s largest economy and consumer market. As a…


Pablo Soria de Lachica - Warns of Detrimental Effects Trump’s Mexico Plans Could Have on U.S. Economy

Pablo Soria de Lachica – Warns of Detrimental Effects Trump’s Mexico Plans Could Have on U.S. Economy

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, has made headlines with his radical plans for dealing with illegal Mexican immigrants, which includes deporting all undocumented aliens, ending birthright citizenship, and building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. An increasing number of financial and economic experts have been shaking their heads about the absurdity Trump’s ambitions entail: “Building a wall along the Mexican border is not only impractical, but so overly expensive that it would severely damage the U.S. economy,” says Pablo Soria de Lachica, Business Development Director for Kartoshka, a prominent currency-trading firm based in Panama. Soria de Lachica, who graduated from Universidad Tecnológico de México (UNITEC) before starting his career in international trading, is known for his expertise in economic relations between the United States and Central America. Asked about the potential effects that Trump moving into…