Hillary Clinton (L) and Donald Trump are likely to face off in the 2016 race
by Peter Spence, Economics Correspondent
US voters can now be almost certain of their choice of presidential candidates.
The November contest is likely to be a fight between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the presumptive nominees of the Democrat and Republican parties.
However, there is much less clarity over the economic policy platforms of each candidate.
City analysts are already saying that the imminent US presidential election is right up there with the largest risks threatening the world’s financial system. The Economist Intelligence Unit has claimed that a Trump presidency could be as damaging to the global economy as Isis.