Joe Biden's Irish ancestry and opposition to Brexit means many in the UK are looking on nervously given that a trade deal with the US is yet to be agreed.
Corporate America bought into Trumpism, until horror over the president’s undermining of democracy proved a bridge too far, writes Investment Monitor editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar.
Donald Trump quickly went on the offensive against the TPP and Nafta, and frequently attacked moves towards globalisation, but has the US's relationship with FDI changed in the past four years?
Massachusetts's wealth of medical schools and prestigious higher education institutions have formed the basis of a thriving biotech ecosystem, which continues to attract FDI.
Illinois is one of the largest US states by population and economic output, making it a major draw for foreign investors.
British Columbia in Canada is an FDI powerhouse in the oil and gas sector, but more recently it has diversified its economy, with ocean technology attracting increased levels of investor attention.
With the world waiting to see the result of one of the most bitterly fought US elections in history, Investment Monitor offers an overview of the Trump-Biden contest.
Policy parallels between Biden and Trump mean that the Democratic victory may not significantly alter foreign investment to and from the US.
Most of the US states that disproportionately benefit from Chinese investment look likely to vote for Trump again in 2020, despite his anti-China policies.