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Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe
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Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe

Brexit negotiations, US politics, and the ongoing pandemic will set the backdrops for markets once again. It’s also a huge week for corporate earnings.

Notes from the Trading Desk
Equity

Notes from the Trading Desk

The US presidential election remains a key investor focus in Europe. Democratic nominee Joe Biden continues to lead in the polls; however, President Donald Trump’s comeback in the 2016 election proves that there is still scope for uncertainty over the final result. There is also risk of a contested result, which would imply prolonged equity market uncertainty.

Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe
Equity

Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe

Increases in COVID-19 infections, as well as the uncertainty of the US presidential race and Brexit negotiations, are all providing significant overhangs for markets right now.

Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe
Equity

Notes from the Trading Desk – Europe

The United Kingdom is firmly back in focus for investors in Europe. Brexit risk is on the increase as we edge closer to the deadline of the European Union (EU) Council Summit on 15 October with no real positive movement towards an agreement.

Separating Policy from Politics
Multi-Asset

Separating Policy from Politics

Our Gene Podkaminer and Wylie Tollette explain why they think campaign talk ahead of the 2020 US presidential election might not lead to major policy changes.

Assessing Potential US Health Care Reforms Ahead of an Election Year
Equity

Assessing Potential US Health Care Reforms Ahead of an Election Year

Franklin Equity Group’s Evan McCulloch discusses why we might see US legislation on drug pricing before the 2020 US Presidential Election. He also explains why he’s optimistic about the outlook for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.