The US Presidential Election 2020 - an FAQ
30 September 2020
Americans head to the polls in one of the most intense US elections in decades. We take a look at what is at stake.
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"A Biden ticket would usher in a new era of more consensual politics and have a positive impact on global trade that would be supportive of consumer spending and FMCG companies.”Forry says Biden could usher in a far more collaborative approach, which would see the US set about mending fences with international partners: “Weighing up the competing factors, we suggest a Biden win could present a modest pull-back for the stock market, while a Trump win will probably see markets rise marginally in the short term.
“The bottom line is that under Trump, the US will lose the EV race, while under Biden, it is at least still in the race.”
Marc Elliott, Senior Energy Technology Analyst
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