Election 2020

How politics and policy could affect investors

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Election 2020

Recent positive COVID-19 vaccine may represent a light at the end of the tunnel; but the resurgent virus means we’re still in the darkest part of the tunnel.
Market Commentary

Debate over another round of coronavirus aid and economic stimulus likely will be at the top of the agenda for the post-election session.
Election 2020

Our answers to investor questions about the 2020 election.
Election Day to Inauguration Day: a test for global stock markets
Market Commentary

Stock market performance during the transition period between outgoing and incoming U.S. presidents tends to be more dependent on the economic cycle than the election results.
Still the Same: Fed Keeps Monetary Policy Steady
Market Commentary

The Fed did not add to this week’s uncertainties and kept rates unchanged, while also providing no new information with regard to its balance sheet.
Election 2020

How do the tax plans of the two main candidates compare—and what, if anything, should investors do to prepare?
Bond Insights

We’re staying focused on the Federal Reserve, and looking for opportunities to generate income while mitigating risk.
Too Much: Market Succumbed Again to Trifecta of Virus, Fiscal Relief and Election Uncertainty
Market Commentary

Last week ended with the S&P 500 having its worse week since March; amid surging virus cases and election uncertainty. Is the worst over?
Election 2020

As the country enters the final countdown to the election, interest in the outcome seems to have hit an all-time high. The intense election atmosphere, combined with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a controversial Supreme Court confirmation process, high unemployment, and a worrisome economic outlook, is feeding investor anxiety and elevating the prospect for market volatility.

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