Source: Business Insider
A series of five reports that Barclays drew up last year drew a largely negative portrait of a Warren presidency, according to a recent Mother Jones report . They assessed negative impacts on private equity, the energy and tech sectors, as well as corporations. But Barclays analysts also said that a Warren could be a boon to certain segments of the economy, like embattled regional banks. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Investors are taking stock of what an Elizabeth Warren presidency could look like, and they’re starting grow more fearful of her effect on their bottom line. Mother Jones reported on Friday that the research arm of Barclays — a major bank that Warren has criticized in the past — circulated five reports late last year to paying investors looking to get ahead on the tumultuous Democratic primary. Barclays reportedly analyzed around 50 of Warren’s proposals to assess its impact on credit, municipal, and equity markets. Here are a handful of conclusions the London-based bank reached, per Mother Jones : Getting rid of tax loopholes “would likely limit the size” of private equity.