The 2016 US Presidential Election is shaping up to be one of the most controversial ever given the tightness of the race and the marked divergence between the candidates.
The ramifications of the 8th November vote could be dramatic, and not only for the US economy, but also on the global stage.
The latest polls show the race neck and neck, both nationally and in the key battleground states to almost a dead heat. Uncertainty could well reign up to the election and more so afterwards if there is a change in the stewardship on the US economy that could impact Fed policy and the Dollar over the longer term.
In this IGM Special Report we consider the history and past records, the institutional background, risks and opportunities for the markets, incorporating various scenarios for the US economy and financial markets.