There are trillions at stake. It is a united corporate message; intended to defend Wall Street's multinational interests.
Example: The EU
As a result our economy is not dependent on exports. As a result the U.S. GDP does not have the same inherent flaw.
This is against their previous investment decisions. This reality is why Wall Street (multinationals) are adverse to Trump policy.
It is a strategy of U.S. Wall Street multinational corporations to stir up fear and attempt to stall that engine.
The tactic is to target consumer confidence.
Inflation is low 1.5%.
This means more disposable income for avg. Americans. Who then spend. Which drives the U.S. economy.
Which is what we see.
Exporting nations want Americans *dependent* on cheap foreign goods.
To counteract Trump, those same economies have lowered their prices by devaluing their currency.