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Friday: Personal Income, Chicago PMI, Consumer Sentiment

From Merrill Lynch: Elections: what keeps us up at night? The US elections are quickly approaching and, in our view, have become one of the most significant near-term risks for the economy and markets. The facts are changing quickly, both in terms of the policies that each candidate supports but also in terms of expectations over the outcome of the election. According to the Iowa Electronic Markets (IEM) and PredictWise, Clinton currently has about a 70-75% chance of winning the election.
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