How U.S. credit markets will be affected by the 2020 election

Jonny Fine, head of investment grade syndicate at Goldman Sachs, joins 'Closing Bell' to talk about how credit markets could be affected by the contested results of the 2020 election. The inclination from corporate America was to behave very conservatively going into the pandemic, says Fine. And that conservatism has played out by ensuring that companies built a bridge to the economy being reopened and the earnings starting to re-establish themselves, he says.
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