Explore how policies and issues could impact your investments
A decisive swing toward either party would impact a range of sectors, from energy and finance to technology and healthcare.
What are the measures, the legal challenges and next steps?
We look at the current uncertain environment, the expected impact from potential election outcomes, and what investors should do between now and November.
The three issues that are the biggest will likely be resolved last.
Healthcare remains a big focus during the COVID-19 crisis, and the area offers an attractive long-term outlook.
A look at recent legislation and how to position for various scenarios.
What could be the impact on investors around the world?
We see three main approaches investors can consider when adjusting their European equity holdings for the outcome of the election.
Two candidates offer different visions for future relations and trade with Asia.
The Chief Investment Office takes a look at how emerging markets could be impacted by the US election.
Lawmakers focus on beating a September 30 expiration of the federal program that funds transportation infrastructure
Funding gaps could present opportunities for private capital to step in.
Biden's USD 2 trillion climate plan could have beneficial implications for industrials and materials.
Biden's USD 2 trillion climate plan prompted questions on the reliance of green themes on a Blue Wave scenario.
Extreme events impose risks across all asset classes
A complication in crafting police reform legislation is that police departments are generally funded by state and local governments.
In the US your boss can no longer fire you if they do not like who you date. That is good news for the US economy.
Who should be responsible for closing the digital and educational divide?
Learn why the pandemic is causing a mass exodus from cities
Why aren’t women equally engaged in financial decision making?
In an interview, Biden said he doesn't foresee reductions in the US defense budget.
As an increasing portion of votes are cast early, we should view election day not as the day to vote, but instead as the final day to vote.
Both conventions stoked fears in the minds of the electorate as to a potential future
Voting will begin significantly before November 3rd this year. It will also take significantly longer for all of the votes to be tallied
What are the investment implications?
President Trump has been a vocal critic of relying on the US Postal Service to deliver election ballots.
The standard campaign playbook provides little guidance on how to operate during a pandemic.
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