Donald Trump will become the 45th US president after a stunning victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
What are the implications for investors? As always our experts will be sharing their views on what the election result could mean for your money.
But don’t expect it to be a smooth journey.
Reflections on the prospects of the world’s largest economy.
Consumption is King.
More right than wrong.
A global approach to US mid-cap.
Investing in the ‘unknown’.
Crunching the numbers.
Time to stay focused on company fundamentals.
Developing economies face pessimism following Trump's victory.
What 'President Trump' means for investors.
The market reaction has been more muted than many expected. Where next?
Reposition your portfolio to take advantage of President Trump’s potential winners.
M&G's James Tomlins shares his thoughts
With the post-Brexit rally fresh in their minds, investors have been resilient.
Donald Trump heads for the White House.
Our experts make their predictions
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