As the closing phases of the 2020 US Presidential election campaign approach, this new paper from BNP Paribas Asset Management examines Joe Biden’s and Donald Trump’s prospects of favourable White House – and Congress – outcomes. It is one thing to win the presidency, without the support of both the Senate and House of Representatives, the ability to deliver on a mandate will be severely hampered.
Our new white paper US 2020 Election preview: All or nothing examines the two candidate’s programmes as well as the results they will need to achieve on 3 November in order to be able to enact them. Finally, the paper looks at possible consequences for the US economy and investors.
For a comprehensive analysis of our outlook on the race for the US presidency, read US 2020 Election preview: All or nothing
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