US Election 2016 - Investment Commentary

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Donald Trump winning the US Presidential Election has resulted in a continued level of uncertainty over both US economic and policy outlook. BT Investment Specialist Riccardo Briganti discusses his thoughts on the short to medium term impact on investment markets, key risks and opportunities for investors, and explains the potentials of focusing on long-term needs and asset allocation and how they could take priority over short-term market movements.

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25 Nov 2016
Markets and firms will need to see clear evidence of Trump’s ability to implement ambitious policies before I could declare that we are on a steady path towards equilibrium and 4% bond rates.
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