Clinton vs. Trump: what the US election means for investors

The US presidential race has already offered plenty of surprises with the remarkable rise of Donald Trump to Republican nominee and Hilary Clinton struck down with pneumonia. With the elections taking place in November, this paper discusses the stated policy-intentions of the respective candidates, what it could mean for markets, and ultimately the impact on your financial wealth.

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmailFacebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail   by Sophie Kennedy (née Muller), 30th September 2016

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About the author: Sophie Kennedy (née Muller)

Sophie is responsible for the research agenda across EQ, leading a six-strong team that covers open and closed-ended funds, as well as tax-efficient investments including VCTs and EIS’. Sophie is a CFA charter holder.

Outside work, Sophie is a keen footballer, captaining Leyton Orient Ladies in the London & South East Womens Premier League. When not playing, Sophie is pitch side at the Emirates Stadium, watching her beloved Arsenal. Off season, her other passions include travelling, cricket and running, with two London Marathons under her belt.

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