Bidenomics versus Trumponomics, Trends in financial regulation
Wednesday 14 October 2020 – Vol.11 Ed.42.3
Commentary: Bidenomics versus Trumponomics
By Marsha Vande Berg in San Francisco
Whoever wins the US presidential election will face putting America’s economic house in order as a priority. To understand what that path might look like – whether President Trump stays in office or Joe Biden is elected – it is helpful to consider each campaign’s economic policies. Trump’s proposals would add $4.95tn to the debt through 2030. The Biden plan would contribute to a $5.6tn deficit over the same period. It is ‘Bidenomics’, and not ‘Trumponomics’, that will result in a stronger economy.
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Meeting: Trends in financial regulation
Monday 19 October, 11:30-13:00 EST
With ever more actors and forces influencing financial activities, policy-makers and market participants must consider a multiplicity of factors in their decision-making, from the changed regulatory landscape in the wake of Covid-19, to technological disruption and climate change. OMFIF and Mazars USA convene a seminar to discuss priorities and challenges in financial regulation.
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