Politics has emerged as a risk factor that could disrupt the status quo among leading central banks. US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks at a press conference on September 21, 2016. Photo: EPA
David Brown
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Macroscope by David Brown

There’s a good reason to bail out of markets before November

The US presidential election, scheduled for November 8th, is a potential ‘trip wire’ for a global stock market collapse and a damaging rise in US bond yields

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Politics has emerged as a risk factor that could disrupt the status quo among leading central banks. US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks at a press conference on September 21, 2016. Photo: EPA
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