Lloyd Blankfein Has Thoughts on Trump, Biden, and the Stock Market

Dave Kovaleski, The Motley Fool
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Lloyd Blankfein Has Thoughts on Trump, Biden, and the Stock Market
Lloyd Blankfein Has Thoughts on Trump, Biden, and the Stock Market

If you are wondering which presidential candidate will be better for the stock market, you're probably getting mixed signals. Lloyd Blankfein, who retired as Goldman Sachs' (NYSE: GS) chairman and CEO in 2018 but remains on as "senior chairman," recently weighed in with his thoughts on presidential politics and the markets in an interview for Time magazine. In an article published Oct. 16 titled "Joe Biden Goes After President Donald Trump's Edge on the Economy -- And It's Working," Blankfein discusses the trade-offs between the two candidates.