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Why it’s difficult to draw market implications from election shocks

There’s been some recent discussion of how the changing fortunes of the Trump campaign might or might not be impacting the markets.  One point I have not seen people address is that these shocks also impact the likelihood of the GOP retaining control of Congress: Before Friday’s revelations, online bookies had installed Democrats as a […]
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