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    Post-US Presidential Election Outlook

    November 2016

    Mark Zandi and Ryan Sweet discuss the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, what must be done early in the new president’s term to help the economy, and the implication of the election outcome on the fiscal outlook and growth.

    Access this webinar recording, in which they discuss:

    Did the election outcome change the baseline forecast?
    Will there be continued policy stalemate?
    Can tax reform become a reality?
    How about more infrastructure spending and increase in the federal minimum wage?
    What is the nation's fiscal outlook?
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