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Investors are worried about the presidential election — but they aren't doing anything about it

All eyes appear to be on the US presidential election, but investors don't seem to be doing much other than watching. In a survey of 907 global investors, Sreekala Kochugovindan at Barclays found that geopolitical risk — most notably the US presidential election — has become the number one concern on the minds of money movers. Despite these concerns, most of the same investors are not doing anything to change the way they are allocating capital before the November 8 vote.
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