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Hang In There, The Election Will Be Over Soon

Earnings season is now well under way with the big US banks generally delivering strong results. The financial sector has been the center of attention lately for scandals, potentially large fines to be paid, a spinning out of REITs into its own sector and the promise of higher rates from the Federal Reserve which is […]
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