Biden’s State of the Union: How it could shake markets — or reassure them

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President Joe Biden is getting his annual chance to talk directly to millions of Americans with his State of the Union address Thursday night, and he’s sure to address inflation, immigration and other issues important to voters in this election year.

His remarks are likely to have significant implications for financial markets, according to Terry Haines, a veteran Washington analyst and founder of Pangaea Policy.


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