Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States. But, with Republicans likely to retain control of the Senate, Biden will find enacting his major tax and spending proposals difficult. Increased policy certainty, trade multilateralism and a pro-immigration stance should generally benefit the economy, but they are unlikely to drastically change the growth trajectory.
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