US Election 2020

Insights on the 2020 US presidential election and its connection to markets and the economy.

October 2020

Election Implications:
The Presidential Debate

Ryland Pruett

National Sales Manager

Liz Young, CFA®

Director of Market Strategy

Chris Lucas

Director of Government Affairs

David Vandivier

Director of Government Affairs

Data drop: The US election in six charts

What lessons can history tell us about the direction of markets in an election year? Access our data dashboard to find out.
 

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A turning point for energy policy?

Newton analyst Laura Sheehan consider how a Trump or Biden election win could change the outlook for the energy sector.
 

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Beyond the Horizon

Gautam Khanna, senior portfolio manager of the BNY Mellon Core Plus Strategy, shares some thoughts on the upcoming election and the state of corporate issuers.
 

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All eyes on November

With the US election fast approaching, Newton fund manager Paul Markham weighs the potential implications for markets.
 

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The US and renewables: A perfect accord

Andrew Parry, head of responsible investment at Newton, provides insight on how this presidential election could affect the market for renewable energy.
 

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How this election could impact markets

The Global Economics and Investment Analysis team share their perspective on how this presidential election may influence markets.
 

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US Election 2020: A look at the economy

Newton Real Return global strategist Brendan Mulhern gives his take on the upcoming US presidential election and it’s possible impacts on the economy.
 

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Muni bond investors weigh US election prospects

Mellon senior portfolio manager Jeffrey Burger explains how much this presidential election matters for the muni bond market.
 

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Consumer remains key for US economy

How could the future political landscape impact the retail sector? Newton analyst Maria Toneva helps explain.
 

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Building the bridge to recovery

Mellon portfolio manager Jim Lydotes explains what the infrastructure sector could look like in a post-election environment.
 

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Voting in a pandemic

BNY Mellon director of government affairs Chris Lucas discusses some of the intricacies of running an election during a pandemic.
 

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Political ad boon for media companies

Mellon’s Brian Blongastainer and Erik Swords explain how increased tech adoption is impacting the 2020 US Presidential election.
 

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Election Matters

Mellon chief economist Vincent Reinhart discusses the potential implications of the 2020 US election.
 

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Red, white and tech

How might the technology sector fare in the aftermath of the US election? Mellon’s Robert Zeuthen and Justin Sumner share their thoughts.
 

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US healthcare sector weighs potential change ahead

With the US presidential election around the corner, one of the most closely watched sectors is healthcare.
 

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Featured Podcast

September 2020

Election Implications from Inside the Beltway

Directors of Government Affairs, Chris Lucas (R) and David Vandivier (D), join Liz to present their perspectives from both the Republican and Democratic sides of the aisle on the 2020 election process, future stimulus, the labor market, and taxes.

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Liz Young, CFA®

Director of Market Strategy

Chris Lucas

Director of Government Affairs

David Vandivier

Director of Government Affairs

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