President Donald Trump is due to deliver remarks at the New York Economic Club on Tuesday. Analysts will listen closely for comments on trade talks with China.
“This speech will be fascinating as we won’t know until he starts speaking if he will stick to prepared remarks or make impromptu comments,” Seiberg wrote. He sees “headline risk on everything from the Federal Reserve to trade to taxes.”
The majority of the speech may be “reserved for a victory lap on the stock market and broader economy, along with warnings on Warren/Sanders and a few jabs at Jay Powell’s Fed,” Krueger wrote. There may be a “trial balloon to gauge the ferocity of expected push-back from influential China hawks,” he added.
President Donald Trump will be opening New York City Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11 with a speech, making history as the first time a sitting president has accepted an invitation to attend the annual event.
Trump will open the 100th edition of the parade with a speech addressing veterans and military officials at Madison Square Park in Manhattan on Monday.
After his tribute, Trump will then lay a wreath at the Eternal Light Memorial in the park.
President Trump delivers remarks at a “Black Voices for Trump” rally in Atlanta.