Taking Stock 

Bond proxies and the price of fudge

Mark Robinson

Bond proxies and the price of fudge

Whatever your personal thoughts on Donald Trump, if you compare his recent handling of the NAFTA reboot with our prime minister’s performance in the Brexit negotiations, it’s not difficult to appreciate which one is the property developer from Queens. But then again, if you wanted concrete poured in the New York borough in the 70s and 80s, you probably only had to contend with representatives of the “five families” rather than a capo from the European Commission.

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