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.
Our team of global experts continues to analyse and forecast various election scenarios, providing key insights into the candidates’ proposed policies, potential election results, and their impact on business investment, consumer activity, inflation, financial market developments and monetary policy outcomes.
Limited time offer
We are offering a special subscription access to all our analysis and forecasts in the lead up to, and post-results, for the US Election.
Clients will benefit from all commentary from our award-winning US Economics team, frequently updated data and forecasts, election-related scenario analysis, client webinars and analysis of the global impacts of the election results.
Click here to request more information and browse our latest US Election coverage
To find out more about this service, contact:
+1 (646) 786 1879
+44 (0)203 910 8090
+65 6850 0112
Achieving data-led innovation for the modern supply chain
A persistent pandemic, economic uncertainty, and a global geopolitical conflict continue to dominate headlines and fuel Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO) frustrations. Navigating uncertainties—and managing supply chain challenges accordingly—has out of necessity become a top business priority for boards and C-suites alike.Find Out More
The Economic Impact of Drax Group in the U.K., U.S. and Canada
This study investigates Drax Group’s economic impact in the U.K., U.S., and Canada. It considers Drax’s own operations, the economic activity supported by its procurement spending and the impact of the wage payments to employees. We also consider the social value delivered by Drax Group.Find Out More
Energy Transitions in Western and Central Africa: A focus on Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea and Mauritania
The global energy transition involves the sustained displacement of fossil fuels by renewable energy and complementary technologies to reduce carbon intensity. It is, however, imperative to consider such shifts within the distinct developmental contexts of countries to ensure energy transitions are socially inclusive and just. This latest report by our Africa consulting team examines how energy transitions are likely to unfold in Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, and Mauritania.Find Out More