(Bloomberg) -- Trump-fueled enthusiasm is running out.

Hopes for a pro-growth suite of fiscal policies under President Donald Trump buoyed financial markets after Nov. 8, sparking a rise in measures of consumer and business confidence that sent the gap between these "soft" data and measures of real economic activity to its widest level in six years.

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