by Stefan Gleason
The China virus, the economic lockdowns, and the multi-trillion-dollar rescue efforts of central bankers have dominated markets over the past three months.
However, as lockdowns gradually lift and the 2020 election draws nearer, investors will begin to focus more on political developments.
The once-strong economy that President Donald Trump had hoped would propel him to re-election has collapsed. The President has also taken a tremendous amount of heat from the media over his handling of the COVID-19 crisis, and that has hurt his poll numbers.
Despite these headwinds, polls show Trump still has a good chance of defeating a stumbling and bumbling Joe Biden.