Shipping will feel the US election on two points in particular

Two areas for shipping will be affected in particular depending on who the Americans pick for their next president, says broker Clarksons Platou.

The Americans can choose between Democratic candidate Joe Biden (left) or Republican and current President Donald Trump at the US election on Nov. 3. | Photo: Saul Loeb Jim Watson/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

It will have a significant impact on shipping whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden becomes the next US president.

In two areas in particular, it will be decisive who the Americans pick when they submit their vote on Nov. 3, says broker Clarksons Platou.

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