Volatility Across U.S. Presidential Elections

Volatility Across U.S. Presidential Elections Chart showing that outside of recessions, U.S. presidential elections did not contribute much to the volatility of equities, rates and forex. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Growth Over U.S. Presidential Terms

Growth Over U.S. Presidential Terms Since 1960, the U.S. economy has grown faster in the fourth year of the president’s term. Image: ANZ Research

President Trump Tweets Contribute to Volatility

President Trump Tweets Contribute to Volatility On days when President Trump tweets more than usual, the U.S. stock market tends to fall on average by 9bp. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch