You certainly did not need 20/20 vision to see that 2020 was not an ordinary year. From a global pandemic, civil unrest to an election like no other, news headlines took many twists and turns throughout the year.
With the elections looming, we take a look at the market consequences of different scenarios on November 3rd
It seems that this election has stirred more emotions and captivated more voter interest than any other election in recent memory.
China is the only major economy expected to report growth for 2020, helping it close the gap with the U.S. Lifted by its quick recovery from Covid-19, it has also expanded its role in global trade and shored up its position as the world’s factory floor.