Elizabeth Warren is not one to mince her words. One of the frontrunners for the Democratic nomination is known for her aggressive policy stances, especially when it comes to corporate regulation.Although a good majority of her stances — such as breaking up big tech — would have a profound effect on equity markets (not all negative, in Alphaville’s opinion), her promise to immediately “ban fracking-everywhere” on her first day in office stands out as being particularly capital destructive.With some serious momentum in the polls, investors should be beginning to ask themselves, “which companies are in the line of fire?” if the Bay Stater manages to secures the nomination next summer.If you don’t have an answer to that question — fear not! RBC Capital Markets is here to help with a new report
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