Trump vs Clinton: Election Scenario Analysis
Months after the UK’s vote to leave the EU (Brexit), prices in risk assets are still swaying from one Article 50 headline to the next. In the US, November 8 presents a similar risk management challenge to market participants because of the outcome of the long-awaited and heavily-contested US Presidential Election.
Not unlike Brexit, the market has once again predicted one outcome as more likely than the alternative, the question of how markets might react, and the subsequent resulting price changes if the unlikely prevails. Below, we present an example of estimates, as we did for Brexit, for either outcome of the vote:
|Asset Class||Clinton Wins||Trump Wins|
|US Bond Prices||-1%||2%|
Please contact Consulting or your Imagine representative for help with constructing your own scenario analysis.
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