The Divergent Sectoral Effects from Biden’s Potential Economic Agenda
PGIM Fixed Income discusses how the winning and losing sectors of the U.S. economy may shift in a scenario where Joe Biden becomes President
Reimagining the Investment Landscape
In this webinar, we extend our discussion on the aftermath of the elections, and dive deeper into what the results and mandate mean for financial markets, fiscal and monetary policy, trade and capital flows, and regulation. Our panel includes Ed Campbell, CFA Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, QMA; and Nathan Sheets, PhD, Chief Economist, PGIM Fixed Income.
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