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Weekly Round-Up: Impeachment News & Finances

Currently, there is a lot of buzz surrounding impeachment efforts against President Trump. The economy often reacts to the news happening around the country, especially big news. Because ACCC is a nonprofit credit counseling agency, we like to stay updated on any news related to the economy or finances. As a result, this Weekly-Round-Up will focus on impeachment news and other headlines relating to the president.

ACCC has the latest about the impeachment news.

ACCC has the latest about the impeachment news.

Finance & Impeachment News Headlines

Our country’s stock markets and enterprise react to many things happening within our own borders and the world at large. These influences include the success and failures of major companies, leadership changes of a major world power, other stock markets, tech news and even the weather! That’s why each week we typically select one area of influence. However, sometimes we give a general round-up! Since impeachment news has been making a lot of waves, let’s see if there has been any impact on the markets or finance.

  • “Why investors don’t need to worry about a potential Trump impeachment” by MSNBC
  • “What a Trump Impeachment Battle Means for Financial Markets” by The New York Times
  • “The Finance 202: Trump should be worried about what latest economic news means for 2020” by The Washington Post

The articles above suggest that the impeachment news won’t have a negative impact on the markets which is great! However, the third article does suggest that the president might want to heed the direction our economy is heading as the election approaches. Recession and tough trade deals may be on the horizon. Nothing is ever certain or predictable. That’s why it’s best to keep an eye on it.

Hopefully, these articles gave you some insight into recent events. Come back next week to see the latest in financial news. If you’re struggling to pay off debt, sign up for a free credit counseling session with us today. 


Michelle is a regular contributor to Talking Cents. She has taken several financial courses on debt management and is ready to circulate what she has learned from them as well as lessons from her own life- family to DIY projects to student loan debt.

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