Why Goldman Is Bullish On The US Economy Under Democratic Management

Why Goldman Is Bullish On The US Economy Under Democratic Management

One of the many unfortunate side effects of this week's drama on Capitol Hill was the extent to which it effectively relegated the results of the Georgia runoffs to somewhere below the bottom of the fold. And that's really saying something. After all, the runoffs flipped the Senate, resulting in a unified Democratic Washington. At the same time, those elections were historic in their own right. Raphael Warnock became the first African American senator from the state, and Jon Ossoff the youngest
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