We believe a divided government should lessen the likelihood of market-impacting legislation.
Investors should avoid making investment changes based purely on fears or speculation following election outcomes.
The midterm elections feature many close races that will determine the balance of power in Congress.
Wells Fargo Investment Institute hosted a special call discussing the November 6 midterm election outcomes and the likely implications for policy and markets.
Voters’ key issues include trade, government spending and taxes, immigration, economic policy and regulation, and some of the president’s positions.
Republicans are facing an uphill battle to hold both the House and Senate. Progress has been made on the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Find out what Wells Fargo Investment Institute strategists think investors need to know about how the U.S. government manages it finances.
While trade and geopolitics may be receiving most of the headlines, attention is turning to Washington and the upcoming midterm elections.