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Mission Impeachable

By Bloomberg
30 September 2019   |   6:00 am
If you were hoping that market analysis could soon return to the nuts and bolts of economics and policy, guess again. Political scandal has once again gripped the headlines, and if impeachment proceedings eventually ensue then politics will remain a regular feature of the investment landscape for quarters to come. It may be difficult to divorce your political beliefs from your market analysis, but it looks like investors are giving it a try. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with PGIM's Michael Collins, Aberdeen's Luke Hickmore and George Rusnak of Wells Fargo to debate whether it’s policy that matters for markets, not politics.

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