2016 US Presidential Election
The S&P 500’s biggest falls have been followed by annual returns that average 14.9% over five years, Schroders analysis shows
As the race for the White House intensifies we look at the performance of gold, US healthcare stocks, the dollar and the volatility index to see who the market is backing for US president.
How have stockmarkets performed in previous election years? Our analysis points to weaker gains during the race for the White House.
The “misery index” is a gauge of the health of the economy. It also appears to have a remarkable record of predicting who the next US president will be, but what is it telling us now?
In this month's infographic we look at who is leading in the race to become the next US president, what the markets are pricing in and what impact the candidates' policies might have on the US economy.
Marcus Brookes looks at what Brexit teaches us about trusting betting exchanges and polls in the run-up to the US election, and some of the market implications of the possible results.
Global Market Perspective
Economic and asset allocation views covering Q4 2016, including our forecasts update, a look at the upcoming US election and a research note on the limits of monetary policy.