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US presidential election 2016

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US presidential elections. Big budgets usually win the White House but Trump could make history

Stefano Fugazzi reports. Will Trump (Republicans) become the first US presidential candidate since Carter in 1976 to win the White House running on a smaller budget than his rival ($96.2m Trump versus $374.3m H. Clinton) or will the Democrats secure their third consecutive term for first time ever? Since 1960 every presidential election has been … Continue reading

Weldon and Moore (Artemis) on US economy, FED and the upcoming presidential elections

Fund managers Cormac Weldon and Stephen Moore run the Artemis US Select Fund and Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund respectively. The Artemis US Select Fund is a concentrated, ‘best ideas’ fund that follows a high-conviction approach. In this column they share their views on the US economy, the FED policy rate decisions and the upcoming presidential … Continue reading

US elections: Clinton still ahead of Sanders as Trump widens his lead over Cruz

Stefano F. Fugazzi (ABC Economics) – According to RealClearPolitics poll averages, the Battle for the White House is still wide open although some patterns are beginning to emerge. DEM: CLINTON STILL LEADING SANDERS Clinton leads Sanders by 5.6% in national polls Clinton is expected to win in South Carolina as Sanders trails by 24% In Massachusetts … Continue reading

Has President Obama failed to revive the US economy?

Stefano Fugazzi (ABC Economics) – Earlier this month ABC Economics published an info-graphic analysis assessing how the US economy has fared under President Obama. Here we update that report (see “SPECIAL REPORT / How Has the Economy Performed Under Barack Obama?”) with a Wall Street Journal analysis showing how some indicators have evolved over the past eight … Continue reading

US Election 2016: economic outlook (2015-2019)

ABC Economics infographics based on Bank of England (BoE) data on UK banking stress test scenarios. Note that the stress scenario trend line does not constitute a forecast. The BoE forecast, which was discussed with and approved by both the IMF and EU Commission, is exhibited in the baseline scenario.  

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