Here are some of the impacts of war in the history of world markets and how it changes the world economy.
The law of supply and demand dictates how a market progresses in order to achieve market equilibrium.
Gold, aside from being previously used as money, is strongly linked to stocks and bonds
The US constitutional crisis, U.S. conflict with North Korea and other geopolitical issues are expected to affect markets.
The US stock markets' increasing value is not seen as a favorable sign while international exchanges are dwindling.
The U.S. economy improving and the job market growing amid Trump relocating the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Michael Flynn's guilty plea caused a reversal in the market, but it rebounded shortly.
The markets will continue to rise and there is no indication that a correction will happen soon.
Bubbles have been emerging in various markets, but there hasn't been one in commodities.
Several things should break positively in the stock market, including Trump's tax cuts, for DJI to see double-digit gains.