2020 US election
The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for 3 November. It will be the 59th quadrennial presidential election. The major two-party candidates are Republican incumbent President Donald Trump, for a second mandate, and Democrat former Vice President Joe Biden. This year’s election is impacted by social, economic and political issues including the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Find out our expert views by reading all the latest insights and research articles related to the election.
Biden’s Fiscal Reflation
We finally have a clear picture of the parliamentary parameters for Biden’s economic policy. The fiscal push may be a headache for the Fed, and we expect market pressure on the central bank to peak w ...
Inflation linked bonds: Why we have upped our exposure following the US election
The extraordinary monetary and fiscal support from central banks in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has been welcome news for investors.
If after the January 5th run-offs in Georgia the Democrats still don’t control the Senate, President-elect Biden will have to try to follow a “purple pathway” on economic policy to address “secular s ...
30 October 2020
In July, presidential candidate Joe Biden announced plans to spend $2 trillion to progress the use of clean energy in areas including transportation, electricity generation and construction over the n ...Read more