Economic Q&A replay: The US election - what do we know so far?

04 Nov 2020

The votes are still being counted and the outcome of the US election hangs in the balance. What happens next? Investec experts discuss the incoming results, the reaction of financial and currency markets, and what the road ahead might look like.

US election results overview


- Phil Shaw, Investec Chief Economist


 


 


US election results - financial market reaction and outlook


- John Wyn-Evans, Head of Investment Strategy


 


US election results - financial market reaction and outlook


- John Wyn-Evans, Head of Investment Strategy


 


US election results - currency market reaction and outlook


- Lewis Thorn, FX dealer


 


US election results Q&A with the panel:


- The panel answer audience questions on when to expect an outcome, the impact on currencies such as the euro and rand, the credibility of the polling system, and potential implications for China, UK-US relations, Brexit and world trade.

                   


US election results Q&A with the panel:


- The panel answer audience questions on when to expect an outcome, the impact on currencies such as the euro and rand, the credibility of the polling system, and potential implications for China, UK-US relations, Brexit and world trade.

                   



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Phil Shaw
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Philip Shaw

Chief Economist

Lewis Thorn

Treasury Risk Solutions

John Wyn-Evans

Head of Investment Strategy

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