The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Marco Vicenzino
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Marco Vicenzino

US economic outlook until November: cloudy with a chance of escalating trade wars

  • Positive sentiment in the US stock market fails to account for continuing unrest in the run-up to the presidential election, a second wave of Covid-19 infections and tensions with the European Union and China

The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
The Miami skyline is seen in the distance as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma begin to reach Florida on September 9, 2017. Positive sentiment in the US market is premature and may not last as the third quarter unfolds. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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Marco Vicenzino

Marco Vicenzino

Marco Vicenzino specialises in geopolitical risk and international business development. He is strategic adviser to corporate executives and family offices operating globally, and a regular speaker at international conferences. He is a lawyer with degrees from Oxford University and Georgetown University.