Barack Obama was back in the White House for a second term facing a political divide and financial challenges. Voters placed the economy at the top of their list of concerns and the president has a second chance to resolve issues around jobs and government spending.

THE CLARITY of the outcome of Barack Obama’s victory in the US presidential elections belies the considerably murkier future confronting the United States at a time of continuing fiscal and international uncertainty.

Nearly two-thirds of voters identified the economy as their number one concern, in exit polls on November 6, 2012. It remains unclear how Mr Obama, the 44th president, will a...

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 Edwina Rogers
Voters did little to rescue the Democrat president from the political split which has characterised the Congress since 2010. The House of Representatives continues its Republican majority while the Senate is controlled by the Democrats
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