The impact of the US 2020 presidential election on Wall Street with Megan Murphy
The dinner comes as we approach the business end of the process to select the Democratic Party presidential candidate: by 17th March more than half of US states will have held their primaries representing nearly two thirds of the delegates who will select the Democratic candidate.
We should by then have a much clearer idea of who will is likely to face off against President Trump in the November election and possibly even a confirmed candidate. Will it be Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren? What are their chances against Trump? And what this might mean for Wall St?
About Megan Murphy:
Megan is perfectly placed to discuss both the election and the likely impact on Wall St. She is the former editor of Bloomberg Businessweek and former Washington bureau chief for both Bloomberg and the FT. She’s very well plugged in to the Democratic Party and the top end of Wall St and is a regulator commentator in the US media on the campaign.
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