By: Catherine Yoshimoto, Sr. Index Product Manager
In May, President Obama concluded his last speech as President at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner with two words, “Obama, out” followed by a mic drop. As you may have heard, 2016 is big year for the United States: not just a presidential election year but one that concludes the maximum term of the incumbent president. The impending election of a new leader to govern the world’s largest economy will undoubtedly affect global markets. This got me thinking: amidst so much political uncertainty, do the markets tend to gravitate towards any particular style?