We’ve got you covered at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Jan 17 – 20, 2017.
With U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump set to take office on Friday, much of the conversation at Davos is about what the new president will mean for the global economy.
Reuters has been on the scene – check out our video highlights and the Reuters liveblog for a running narrative of the event. Here are several of the latest videos discussing what the new U.S. President may mean for the global economy.
Right now in Davos, Donald Trump and deregulation are all the rage. Rob Cox and Carmel Crimmins share what they’ve heard from banking professionals about the boost to the economy, called the ‘Trump bump.’
With Chinese President Xi Jinping a headline act at the World Economic Forum, Breakingviews Peter Thal Larsen looks at the similarities he might find in Donald Trump.
Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci says Davos delegates should not be worried or alarmed by the president-elect’s tweets and that Trump is the ‘least racist person’ he knows.
As delegates in Davos waited for this year’s World Economic Forum to begin, Reuters Noah Barkin looked at why Donald Trump might be on their minds.