The stock market has been in freefall for months, but its prospects look better today than they did when Donald Trump took office, according to a new report from Morgan Stanley.
The market has lost nearly 9% of its value since Trump took over in January.
The decline is not as dramatic as the 9% plunge in 2016, but it is significant nonetheless.
That decline was fueled by a massive decline in U.A.E. demand, which has been a major driver of the market’s slide.
It is a major cause of the slide, and it is expected to continue to be one until the end of the year.
It’s not just the U.K. that has been struggling with demand.
The U.P.S., another major European country, has been suffering a similar downturn.
There, the decline is more modest, but still worrisome.
That country has also seen a rise in interest rates, which is likely to lead to a much slower rise in prices in the future.
What’s driving the market down?
The U,P.A., the euro, and the dollar have all been hurting U.E.-based companies over the past year.
In addition, there is a lack of demand for U.N. imports, which are a major source of earnings for many multinationals.
Meanwhile, China has been having a terrible year.
The country is struggling with a severe economic slowdown and a massive stock market bubble.
It has seen the Dow fall nearly 10% since Trump was inaugurated in January, which the markets blamed on the China slowdown.
That slump is expected continue, and may not be able to be reversed.
The big question is what the Fed will do about the stock market slump.
It could try to cut rates in an attempt to restore demand.
It also could keep rates low in an effort to encourage companies to raise wages.
There is also the possibility of further stimulus measures.
If the Fed does decide to cut interest rates further, it could create a massive bubble in the stock markets, which would be very hard to escape.
The Federal Reserve has said that it will not raise rates until inflation in the economy hits 2%.
This could mean that the Fed may not raise interest rates until sometime in 2019.
It will be up to the Fed to decide what is in the best interest of the economy and whether the country is in a strong enough recovery.
The longer the Fed waits, the more likely it is that the stock economy will continue to deteriorate and the U.,P.E., euro,and dollar will continue their slide.
What you need to know about stocks:Read moreThe market is expected keep falling in 2019, Morgan Stanley wrote.
“We believe that the market is more vulnerable than we previously believed to a possible slowdown in growth,” Morgan Stanley analyst Ben Zogby said in a statement.
“Our forecast for 2019 is based on a scenario that could have a more modest rate hike by the end or in early 2020.”
The market is currently down roughly 9% from a high in December of last year.
That’s the worst performance for the S&P 500 since at least the financial crisis.
The S&s stock market index is down almost 12% since then, and some analysts believe it may continue to fall further in the coming months.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down nearly 5% since the beginning of 2017.