What if Biden gets most all of what he wants? Is the market ready?
As 2022 comes into focus, room for upside remains but stock picking will be key.
It sure seems as if our world is moving toward MMT.
Now it's the Senate's turn to shape the Covid relief bill.
As perception catches up with reality, add another catalyst to the fire.
Is it too early to talk about midterm elections?
With the slimmest of margins, Democrats will have to compromise.
Plenty of reasons to be optimistic.
We're going to be hearing about Georgia ad nauseam in coming weeks.
Market’s attention shifts to the Senate.
Vaccination hopes add to factors favoring stocks.
The promise of more normalized relations. Combined with Covid optimism, it’s positive.
Election outcome 1 of 5 reasons risk assets are on a tear.
Key Federated Hermes investment professionals weigh in on election's implications.
The labor market continues its positive momentum.
There's a non-zero risk we're celebrating the crash of the Blue Wave prematurely.
A razor-thin margin outcome is enough to make the market dance.
More favorable risk environment prompts an increase in our equity overweight.
Presidential result could take days but Senate holds Red and divided government assured.
Lack of presidential outcome leads to market uncertainty.
Try to stay focused on long view, which is good in almost any outcome.
After the election, cash managers have much to consider.
Might a silent majority favoring Trump pull another election surprise?
Spiking Covid cases, no extra stimulus and a possible contested election.
A fiscal policy win regardless of outcome has markets looking past Nov. 3.
2021 is setting up nicely for stocks regardless of who wins.
The race could tighten but whatever happens, the market should be fine.
Dollar weakness could make for opportunities overseas.
Pullback could be in offing against promising long-term outlook.
A contested election is consensus, with little worry about who ultimately wins.
A disputed election headlines potential risks heading into year-end.
It may not matter all that much to the market.
A simple guide to a very complicated set of possibilities.
Virus and election risks weigh on investors.
A presidential debate primer.
2020 elections have significant ESG implications.
With polls tightening and debates around the corner, it's getting very interesting.
It starts with the Fed.
Maybe near-term consolidation. But longer-term, this secular bull has a ways to run.
Celebrating a democracy milestone—100 years of women’s voting rights
An all-in Fed covers a lot of potential worries and issues.
Create a safe, legal immigration framework for foreign workers.
Election Day may be nearing but the market doesn't seem all that invested.