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A panel discussion exploring the market implications of the 2020 U.S. election, recorded on Nov. 5 as votes continued to come through.
The options market signals that riskier assets may find a supportive environment in an era of split government and policy moderation.
In a tightly contested U.S. election, where the issue of postal votes could decide the victor, what does this mean for financial markets?
Why the removal of election uncertainty could support markets – regardless of the outcome.
Always looking out for surprises, options markets are giving President Trump better odds than what are currently reflected in consensus polling data.
U.S. stocks have climbed in recent weeks on optimism that the U.S. election will have a clear outcome on (or shortly after) Nov. 3.
With globalization in retreat, emerging market (EM) countries and companies will need to adapt as they continue their path to prosperity.
Central bank policy is likely to continue to have the biggest influence over fixed income markets, regardless of who wins the U.S. election.
What visibility is there for investors as we head into the fourth quarter of 2020 and beyond?
The options market is signaling a tight U.S. presidential race, with volatility likely to increase around Election Day.
No matter who wins the U.S. election in November, more change is likely coming to global trade agreements, impacting emerging markets.
Comments on the latest market movements in reaction to President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis.