Mid-Term Elections: Likely Winners and Losers in Equities

Mid-Term Elections: Likely Winners and Losers in Equities

By Blu Putnam, Chief Economist, CME Group

Video Highlights

  • Does health care sector stand to gain from mid-term elections on Nov. 6?
  • Could bipartisan legislation on infrastructure take shape after the polls?
  • Split outcome could escalate trade war, affect consumer discretionary sector
  • Will making personal income tax cuts permanent boost consumer spending?
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