A strong performance by Joe Biden's Democratic Party defied predictions of a Republican "red wave" in the US midterm elections, despite consumers feeling the pinch of high inflation. Americans have seen wages and benefits increase, but the standard of living has not. Delano D'Souza asks Abigail Watt, US Research Economist at abrdn, what we can expect from the US president on the economic front going forward.
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