A $1 trillion strategist lays out the looming worst-case scenario of the government shutdown, and how investors should safeguard their money
- Stocks have rallied amid the longest government shutdown in history.
- But as the stalemate in Washington drags on, there’s building uncertainty about what it means for stocks
- Kristina Hooper, the chief global market strategist at Invesco, which oversees $926 billion in assets, shared with Business Insider what the breaking point could be, and why it’s not a far-reaching prospect.
Stock market investors are still largely shrugging off the longest US government shutdown in history.
The partial shutdown entered its 28th day Friday as Democrats and Republicans had still not reached an agreement over President Donald Trump’s request for $5.7 billion to construct