It didn’t take long after the election for the winning Donald Trump promised to begin.
Just a few days following his historic victory, the markets rallied to all-time highs. From there, Trump used his legendary ability to negotiate when he made a deal that kept American manufacturing jobs from moving overseas. To top it off, he secured a $50 billion investment in the U.S. from a Japanese company.
Of course, all of this was before he even stepped foot in the Oval Office. And if you thought the winning would eventually stop, you’d be dead wrong. Despite reaching record highs already, the stock market continues to make historic gains. Not surprisingly, the first month of Trump’s presidency saw a surge in jobs growth.
One major company has noticed the economic surge, and now has plans to relocate jobs from Mexico to the United States.
From Fox News:
Samsung Electronics is planning to move hundreds of manufacturing jobs currently operating in Mexico to the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported.