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And we thought Brexit was bad…

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump offer starkly contrasting economic remedies for America’s problems. Which one will lure more property investors – or divert them to the UK or other shores? Janie Manzoori-Stamford assesses the policies on the eve of a remarkable presidential election

The 2016 US presidential election has been the most talked-about race to the White House in living memory.

One candidate is a former First Lady and the first woman to pick up the nomination in US political history. The other is the first nominee to stand with no experience of political office since Dwight Eisenhower in 1952 and is best known as a reality television star with some of the most controversial views in Western politics.

Then there is the fact that this election is one of the most fractious in history – producing…

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