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Why BofA Thinks the US Presidential Election Is the Most Significant Near-Term Risk

Election uncertainty – Confirmation that one lives inside an alternative universe may have occurred when a US Presidential candidate woke up in the middle of a night’s sleep last Friday morning to engage in a damaging Tweeter storm.
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