US Presidential Elections

US Presidential Race

US Election drama continues as Trump rejects election outcome

The General Services Administration is still ascertaining the victor.
US elections and geopolitical risks hint at volatile November for Asian bonds - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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US elections and geopolitical risks hint at volatile November for Asian bonds

Prolonged delays and contested results are expected, creating political instability that could prompt markets uncertainty.
Why buy a Developed Market government  bond when you can get a Chinese one instead? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Why buy a Developed Market government bond when you can get a Chinese one instead?

A DBS team have found that Chinese Government Bonds are starting to behave like hedges under financial stress.

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Investors in for a bumpy ride with full recovery unlikely until 2022, says BOS

The analysts also see 2H2020 as an opportune time to rebalance portfolios from growth and momentum stocks into cyclical and value plays.

Tech

Where Clayton Christensen taught what others could not

“Why do so many great companies fail?” Professor Christensen asked during one of his doctoral seminars.

Brexit

The UK's electoral system has failed

(Dec 17): On the most important issue in the United Kingdom’s modern history – whether to leave the European Union or remain – the UK’s electoral system produced an absurd result. A majority of the UK public wants to remain in the EU, and actually
Carl Icahn

Icahn lauds 'consensus builder' Trump, says rally may be overdone

NEW YORK (Nov 17): Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said the strong rally in US stocks since Donald Trump captured the White House last week might be overdone, but that investors can expect the president-elect to be a consensus builder who can hel

Broker's Calls

7 stocks to give you an edge against a rising greenback

SINGAPORE (Nov 14): Following news of last week’s US presidential election outcome, UOB Kay Hian is now turning its attention on stocks which it reckons could be beneficiaries of the rising US$ strength against ASEAN currencies.
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Global Markets

'Trump Thump' whacks bond market for US$1 trillion loss

NEW YORK (Nov 14): Donald Trump's stunning victory for the White House may mark the long-awaited end to the more than 30-year-old bull run in bonds, as bets on faster US growth and inflation lead investors to favor stocks over bonds.

Trump victory does not mean all doom and gloom for China

SINGAPORE (Nov 10): The uncertainties surrounding the future of the US economy and political outlook following Trump’s victory have cast a long shadow over emerging markets, with the perception that China will be the most vulnerable if he follows throug
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