Liberal group highlights corporate worries about Trump

President Trump talks with reporters outside of Air Force One. Photo: Evan Vucci / AP

A new report by a coalition of progressive advocacy groups examined SEC filings from large, publicly-owned corporations and found that many of companies believe the Trump administration could be bad for their business.

Why it matters: Trump has positioned himself as a pro-business president, particularly over taxes, but has faced setbacks with the disbanding of his corporate advisory councils and hawkish rhetoric on trade. This analysis from Trump opponents — headed by the American Federation of Teachers — finds what companies are telling their investors about those concerns.