A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
John Woods
Opinion

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Macroscope by John Woods

Why a Biden presidency and divided Congress will boost Asian stock markets

  • While Biden is likely to stabilise relations with China, a divided Congress implies a low growth, low interest rate environment that will increase investor scrutiny of Asian equities

A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
A market dealer works in front of monitors, one of which displays a US election map, at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on November 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
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