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BAML: These 3 policy concerns 'keep us up at night' ahead of the US presidential election

With the presidential election just over five weeks away, economic strategists are trying to prepare for all possible outcomes and the respective risks they present. The election has become one of the "most significant near-term risks" for the economy and markets, according to a note by Bank of America's macro team, led by Lisa Berlin. On the downside, the team notes concerns over trade and the Fed, but on the upside, we could see some additional fiscal stimulus.
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