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US Presidential Election - Key Dates
- 8 November 2016 The US Presidential election will be held on Tuesday, 8 November 2016 but counting does not start until about 10am on Wednesday, November 9 (AEDT).
- 19 November 2016 The Electoral college and 538 of its members will ultimately be responsible for deciding who becomes president and vice-president of the United States. Neither Clinton nor Trump will be directly elected president on November 8. It is the electoral college that votes for the president.
- 6 January 2017 The formal announcement of the winner of the US election will occur on January 6, 2017 after a joint-sitting on congress counts the electoral college votes.
The comparisons between Britain's June vote on whether to leave the European Union and the U.S. presidential election are hard to miss. As we head closer to election night, there is a real possibility of a Trump victory. The media tells us that institutional money will wait on the sidelines others will be scrambling to position their portfolios for a potential meltdown. Does this mask a broader anti-establishment movement screaming to be heard?APSEC Adviser Team
US Election: ASX Stock Winners & Losers
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