The markets are up, but not as much as you’d think.

Photo: AP Buy this Photo: Reuters / Getty Images A year ago, there was talk that the market would crash.

But the markets have done it all wrong.

Here are 10 lessons from a year in the marketsRead more: The latest economic data showed the US economy grew by 2.9 per cent in the second quarter.

Trump’s administration, which is trying to cut taxes and cut regulations, has taken the country back into recession.

The Dow Jones industrial average has plunged to a 17-year low, and the S&P 500 index has lost more than 2 per cent since the election.

Australia is still struggling through the worst global recession since the 1930s.

We’ve seen a massive drop in investment in manufacturing, but we haven’t seen a huge increase in employment in the manufacturing sector, either.

The Dow and the Nasdaq have also fallen.

There’s been a drop in the stock market, and that’s the bad news.

The good news is that the US stock market is now down less than 1 per cent from the end of last year.

But it’s down from where it was before the election, which would suggest a huge fall in the market since the start of the year.

The biggest losers have been the tech stocks that have taken a big hit.

Apple and Facebook have both suffered, while Amazon, Google and Microsoft have all lost significant amounts.

That said, the big tech companies are also facing their own problems.

The rise of Donald TrumpIn the United States, the economy has been on a slow slide since Donald J Trump was elected President.

He’s been criticised for taking the country in the wrong direction, which led to an economic downturn that has caused huge hardship for millions of people.

Mr Trump has also faced calls to resign.

However, his victory has been a huge boon for the tech sector.

For the first time in history, there are now more billionaires than billionaires.

According to Forbes, the value of the world’s tech companies has grown by a staggering $20 trillion since he became president.

With the market now rallying, Mr Trump is also benefiting from the new momentum.

While the markets are down, so too is the number of tech jobs created.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number, and pay, of tech workers in the US has increased by more than 10 per cent, according to the New York Times.

Companies are also hiring more workers than ever before, and are also looking to recruit more people from other sectors.

These are good news for the technology sector.

But they also raise some questions.

Are these gains good news?

If the tech market was booming, would the gains have been as big?

Or, would they have led to a slower or more even fall in earnings?

Investors may also question the impact of Mr Trump’s economic policies, such as reducing tariffs.

On the other hand, the technology companies that have lost money are not the ones that are most affected by his policies.

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