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US election watch

On 8 November 2016, Americans elected Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States and handed the Republican party a majority in Congress. Market remain watchful of Mr. Trump’s Cabinet and advisory posts, the policies he may seek to implement, and the reaction of financial markets. Here we share views from Wellington Management investment professionals on the election and its aftermath. We will continue to add new insights on potential market implications in the coming weeks.

 
Nov 2016
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Macro and market

New president, new policies: What's next for markets?

Author: Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson

Our global investment strategist breaks down the knowns, unknowns, and potential investment implications of a Trump presidency.

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Nov 2016
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Podcast

The US election is over: What's next?

Authors: Thomas Mucha, ...

Two members of our macroeconomic and fixed income strategy teams, Thomas Mucha and Michael Medeiros, share their views on the macro, market, and geopolitical implications of the election....

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Nov 2016
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Webcast

Exhale and look ahead: What the US election results mean

Authors: Thomas Mucha, ...

Now that the US election is over, what can investors expect? Please join us for an engaging 30-minute discussion with two key members of our macroeconomic and fixed income strategy teams. Thomas Mucha and...

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Oct 2016
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Macro and market

How US national elections could impact fixed income markets and global growth

Authors: Toby Johnston, ...

This piece is an adaptation of content published as part of Wellington Management’s Fixed Income Outlook on October 20. The upcoming US federal elections are important not only domestically, but for...

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