How big an impact could global elections have on portfolio allocation in 2024?

US, UK and India main focuses

Investment Week
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In 2024, voters in 64 countries will head to the polls in one of the biggest election years on record.

More than 50% of the global population will cast their votes this year, and while asset managers will usually endeavour to 'ignore the noise', experts have already signalled the impact some of the biggest ballots could have on markets. In light of this, Investment Week asked a fleet of fund managers, CIOs, analysts and fund buyers how big an impact could global elections have on portfolio allocation in 2024.

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