Which way do markets turn following the US election? Recorded on November 5 as votes continued to come through, our panel of investment professionals gave their views on what the result could mean for investors.
In a tightly contested US election, where the issue of postal votes could decide the victor, what does this mean for financial markets? Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK-based Multi-Asset Team, looks ahead to potential policy paths and the dwindling prospects of a Biden fiscal bonanza.
While the current recession has severely impacted restaurants in the US, the ‘fast food’ sector has navigated the challenging environment relatively well. The Janus Henderson securitised products and corporate credit teams discuss the reasons why, and the opportunities for bond investors.
In this video Ben Lofthouse, Head of Global Equity Income, provides an update on some of the dividend trends that his team are seeing within the world of equity income and what they are doing to react to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Director of Research Matt Peron says when it comes to the U.S. election, the biggest risk for equity markets is not which party gets voted into office but whether the outcome is contested. So far, equities expect a clear winner on or near Election Day.