The Damascus Securities Exchange Index remains up 110.83% since Trump was elected President in November. Following the alleged chemical weapon attack earlier this month and Trump’s attack against a Syrian airbase, the Damascus Securities Exchange Index has only dipped by 1.86% from its record high.
The Syrian Pound in the black market has been relatively stable over the last twelve months, currently unchanged since Trump was elected President – meaning that the Damascus Securities Exchange Index has gained 110.83% both in terms of the Syrian Pound and U.S. Dollar. From a record low reached on May 15, 2016 of 645 Syrian Pounds to buy 1 U.S. Dollar, the Syrian Pound has actually gained 16.85% over the last eleven months to 552 Syrian Pounds to buy 1 U.S. Dollar.
The strength of the Damascus Securities Exchange Index and Syrian Pound is a sign that Assad will remain in power. Despite the false propaganda of the U.S. mainstream media – Assad and Putin have been fighting to stabilize Syria and kill terrorists. Isis and Al-Qaeda both thanked Trump for attacking Syria’s airbase.