US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP
Richard Harris
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Richard Harris

If the noose is tightening around Donald Trump, should investors be worried?

Richard Harris says the recent scandals surrounding the US president have not fazed financial markets, given that the likelihood of Trump being ousted is low

US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump salutes his supporters after speaking at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia, on August 21. Trump remains defiant in the face of his former personal lawyer pleading guilty to violating campaign laws. Photo: AFP
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Richard Harris

Richard Harris

Richard has pioneered Asian investment management at senior levels for companies such as JP Morgan, Citi, BNY Mellon and several start-ups. He has 40 years of experience in a full range of investment and capital markets activities. He is CEO of Port Shelter Investment Management.