President-elect Joe Biden’s policy plans will need to appeal to both Democrats and Republicans as he will lead without a Senate majority. He will focus on tackling the COVID-19 pandemic and will likely bring stability to markets and trade. He will also seek to re-enter the Paris Climate Agreement and reverse the process of leaving the World Health Organization.
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S&P500 sees big gains
The S&P500’s spectacular gains yesterday mean that the ‘Biden Bounce’ is the steepest post-US election rally in at least 20 years. Refinitiv systems were running hot from Asia to the US close, with $500 billion worth of trades on US stock markets alone. Demand for our data was up by more than a third and our wealth manager tool, BETA, saw a 300% jump in trades processed (versus the average) to hit a new record. Such figures underline just what a historic day it was for global markets.
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Global markets forum
U.S. Election insight in the Global Markets Forum
We host top-tier market experts and commentators each week to discuss topics around the U.S. Election transition. See what's planned in the Global Markets Forum and catch-up on interviews with industry veterans, senior decision makers and other market participants from all over the globe.
Thursday, December 3, 2020 | 1:00 PM EST
World-Check Risk Intelligence data helps you fulfill your PEP monitoring requirements. Join us for this session to learn about World-Check data updates and our PEP research process through the lens of the U.S. Election.
- World-Check update process
- World-Check PEP research process
- PEP research process around elections, with specific examples from the current U.S. election
U.S. Election special
A historical look at financial markets reactions to U.S. elections:
Following the announcement of the U.S. Election 2020 winner Joe Biden, we dive into the data from the past four United States presidential elections to draw some trends about how markets typically react to the results, helping to contextualize what might happen in 2020.