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Midterm elections: Your complete guide to what the vote means for your money

The selling on Wall Street just won't quit, and here's how bad it

Divided Congress could keep deficit in check, slowing yield rise: analysts

U.S. Stocks Just Erased All Their 2018 Gains. Here's Why.

Stock market fall looks like a correction, not a crash | Larry Elliott | Business | The Guardian

There is no conclusive evidence suggesting the president's party has any statistically significant impact on U.S. equity market returns (see Campbell and Li ...

A shutdown shouldn't rattle markets, unless it is prolonged

Before drop, Trump boasted about the stock market once every 35 hours

A divided government could raise the prospect of impeachment, more government shutdowns

On the display boards at securities brokerages in Beijing, red means a rising stock and green a falling stock. Lately, for many investors, there has been ...

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The Midterm Elections Won't Save the Stock Market

Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group

The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 82.66 points to close at 23,675.64 after erasing its 300-point rally earlier in the session amid a gain in Goldman ...

Dow, stocks end sharply lower on Christmas Eve after weekend of Washington, D.C., turmoil

Twitter stock plunges 20% in wake of 1m user decline

Watch for a widening of the spread between junk bonds and Treasurys

Stock market craters amid doubts about US-China deal

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US stock market hits one-year low after Fed defies Trump with rate hike - as it happened | Business | The Guardian

The 2020 hopefuls want Medicare for all, free college for all — but America simply can't afford it

From left: John Schindler, Louise Mensch, Claude Taylor. (Javier Zarracina/Vox)

How would the stock market react if Trump is impeached? Economists weigh in

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73 percent CFOs expect trade policy to have a negative impact

Fewer than 40 percent of Americans expect the stock market to grow in the next year, according to a survey of 1,300 households by the Federal Reserve Bank ...

Stock market's dramatic drop won't change Fed's path: Wells Fargo

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A pollster claims not to expect a 'blue wave' of Democrats to win in

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Midterm elections: Your complete guide to what the vote means for your money

Jamie Chung

Soros Lost Nearly $1 Billion After Trump Win

Jim Cramer on midterm's outcome and what it could mean for the market

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 13: Traders work on the floor of the New

Democrats are optimistic about riding a so-called blue wave to control of the House this November, and it's easy to see why. The president's approval rating ...

David Reichert, R-Wash., talk as they leave the House Republican Conference meeting at the Capitol Hill Club in 2013. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

President Trump has blamed Democrats for the Dow's recent slide. (Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images)


Expect volatility before the vote, but gains after, firm writes

Why Stock Markets, Initially Shaken, Went Up After Trump's Victory - The New York Times

If Hillary Clinton's book, What Happened, has taught us anything, it's that the internet is not done relitigating the 2016 Democratic primary or the general ...

Ted Cruz, at a rally with Donald Trump Jr., is running against Beto

A visual guide to the Democrats' gains in the midterms

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Midterm elections: Your complete guide to what the vote means for your money


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That perceptions of the economy would be mediated by partisanship is perhaps to be expected. But Trump's key achievement here is that while both Democrats ...

This can be seen in dramatic fashion when you look at where the center of each party was in 1994, and where it is today. Pew used a 10-item scale of ...

US stock market hits one-year low after Fed defies Trump with rate hike - as it happened | Business | The Guardian

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Another explanation is that US financial markets, and to some extent those of the rest

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Indivisible activists have been working to call attention to Dana Rohrabacher's Trumpian positions on global warming and Obamacare, and to connect him to ...

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Stocks suffer worst Christmas Eve declines ever

Markets rattled as treasury secretary calls to check health of banks

Monitors showing TV news on the U.S. midterm elections at a foreign exchange trading company in

How can this be, you might ask, given that we're experiencing the second strongest and second-longest bull market in U.S. history? The culprits, needless to ...

Trump last week said it would be on him if the government closes down, but now he is blaming Democrats.

Illustrative: A Jewish man watches voting results come in at Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary

Small-cap stocks in general have strongly outperformed the broader market ...

Israelis attend a demonstration in support of then US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in Jerusalem on November 7, 2016.

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Harley Rouda, a former Republican from Ohio, is positioning himself as an independent-minded challenger to Rohrabacher—someone who can rally the grassroots ...

Tech giants that lifted stock market to historic highs now leading the way down - The Washington Post

'Nancy Pelosi needs to accept the reality that the Democrats are stronger without her.

In an email earlier this week, he made this point by referring to the junk bonds of Toys R Us: In just three weeks in September, the bonds plunged from near ...