100 Days of Biden: What impact has his Presidency had on the markets?

Bold action in the face of crisis

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How has Joe Biden performed in his first 100 days as President?
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How has Joe Biden performed in his first 100 days as President?

Friday marks 100 days since Joe Biden took office, and almost immediately he sat down to work on rebuilding the US economy.

Friday marks 100 days since Joe Biden took office, and almost immediately he sat down to work on rebuilding the US economy. With the country still reeling from the pandemic and the Capitol riots by a violent mob two weeks before his inauguration, it was clear the new President had his work cut out. However, he sprung into action and unveiled measures to stimulate the economy and encourage greater action on climate change. How has he done since? Six investment experts give their verdict on his first 100 days in office and how his Presidency has affected the markets so far.

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