U.S. Politics: Breaking down the U.S. midterm election results


 

“One thing that is worth pointing out is the extent to which Republicans gained a few Senate seats, which is a little bit unprecedented in terms of the number of seats. That gives the president quite a comfortable position – not so much in the House, but on the Senate side. It gives him flexibility in judicial appointments and other executive appointments.” – Dr. Aleksandra W. Gadzala, Magpie Advisory Founder & CEO on CNNMoney Switzerland, November 8, 2018

On the back of the 2018 U.S. Midterm elections, our founder and CEO joined CNNMoney Switzerland’s Ana Maria Montero to breakdown what the results mean for the US, China, and for Switzerland. While the election outcome was largely expected, there were a few surprises that will shape the US political landscape into 2020. Check out Aleksandra’s interview here.

 
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