Over 53 million Americans had voted early, more than the total number of early votes cast in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. With the final Presidential debate behind us and less than a week to go until polling day, there’s still much uncertainty impacting the markets. Here’s our quick roundup of our 2020 Election coverage and insights from last week.
- In 2020, uncertainty is higher than ever. MarketPsych Indices from Refinitiv and produced an analysis charting stock price patterns and media uncertainty around the U.S. Elections.
- Our fourth Perspectives Live episode featured guests from Rapidan Energy, focused on the implications that a Trump or Biden win will have to the energy market.
- We may not know who is going to win the Presidential race, but we do know who wins the race in delivering breaking news that moves markets globally. See how Reuters is delivering you real-time news that impacts markets and shapes agendas before anyone else.
- Trump or Biden – what will this mean for the global climate outlook? Join Fathom and Refinitiv‘s Leon Saunders Calvert on Oct 29 at 4pm GMT for a discussion on economic and financial market implications of the candidates’ climate policies, including the thorny issue of carbon border tax.
- Catch up on our series of webinars where we highlight some of the key policy areas including energy policy, tech regulation and reviving the American economy. Access on-demand here.
Leverage Refinitiv’s unmatched coverage of the U.S. Election, including access to trusted, unbiased and objective Reuters news reporting and curated market-leading data via the U.S. Election app in Eikon or Refinitiv Workspace.
The app offers key news developments curated by Reuters editors and opinion polls throughout the campaign between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Search USPOL in your search bar or find out more here.