1. Wall Street rallies higher as election looms  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. ASX to open higher ahead of RBA, US election  The Australian
  3. Stock market drops big hint on who will win US election  NEWS.com.au
  4. Nasdaq 100 Pre-Election Outlook: What Sectors Are at Risk?  DailyFX
  5. US election: Stocks zoom higher as Wall Street predicts Joe Biden will win  9News
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US stocks have climbed kicking off a potentially turbulent stretch for markets by recovering some of its sharp sell-off from last week.US stocks have climbed kicking off a potentially turbulent stretch for markets by recovering some of its sharp sell-off from last week.

With two days to go until the US Presidential election, a shift in the stock market has given a key indication of who is going to win.With two days to go until the US Presidential election, a shift in the stock market has given a key indication of who is going to win.

Who will win US election: Predictions, results, Trump, Biden, stock market

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Technology stocks have been a weak spot over the last two weeks as traders shy away from some of the market’s most risky assets. Will pain continue after the election or is recent weakness a mere b...Technology stocks have been a weak spot over the last two weeks as traders shy away from some of the market’s most risky assets. Will pain continue after the election or is recent weakness a mere b...

Nasdaq 100 Pre-Election Outlook: What Sectors Are at Risk?

If you're watching the stock market to signal who the next president is, Friday's closing is a telling sign.If you're watching the stock market to signal who the next president is, Friday's closing is a telling sign.

Trump vs Biden: This ‘presidential predictor’ forecasts a Biden win

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US stocks finished higher on Monday, one day before Election Day -- when Wall Street expects Joe Biden will win the presidency and Democrats will retake the Senate and maintain control of the House.

Stocks zoom higher as Wall Street predicts Joe Biden will win

While Wall Street will certainly play second fiddle to the voting booth Tuesday, Election Day is not a holiday, for the stock market and for most Americans.While Wall Street will certainly play second fiddle to the voting booth Tuesday, Election Day is not a holiday, for the stock market and for most Americans.

Shares of Amazon.com Inc. slid 1.04% to $3,004.48 Monday, on what proved to be an all-around positive trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500...Shares of Amazon.com Inc. slid 1.04% to $3,004.48 Monday, on what proved to be an all-around positive trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500...

Amazon.com Inc. stock underperforms Monday when compared to competitors - MarketWatch

Stocks have been rocky in the run-up to the election and the CBOE Volatility Index, Wall Street's "fear gauge," has surged. Traders will be glued to screens following how U.S. futures react to every twist and turn on election night, as well as U.S. Treasury futures and the dollar. The $20 trillion U.S. Treasury market has been asleep for months but recently showed signs of life, as opposing bets on how the economy will perform clash amid jitters over the election.Stocks have been rocky in the run-up to the election and the CBOE Volatility Index, Wall Street's "fear gauge," has surged. Traders will be glued to screens following how U.S. futures react to every twist and turn on election night, as well as U.S. Treasury futures and the dollar. The $20 trillion U.S. Treasury market has been asleep for months but recently showed signs of life, as opposing bets on how the economy will perform clash amid jitters over the election.

What investors are watching for the election - and what could go wrong

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Even with its biggest weekly setback since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic in March, a small group of technology-related stocks remain well up for the year, as evidenced by the 70% gain in the NYSE FANG+ Index.The Nifty Fifty Have a Message for the Tech Obsessed

The Nifty Fifty Have a Message for the Tech Obsessed

Wall Street's major indexes were set to bounce back on Monday after their steepest weekly loss since March as investors geared up for an ...Wall Street's major indexes were set to bounce back on Monday after their steepest weekly loss since March as investors geared up for an ...

Wall Street set to rebound with focus on White House race - CNA

It was the biggest weekly sell-off since March as investors sold richly priced tech heavyweights and swerved the risk of the rise in coronavirus casesIt was the biggest weekly sell-off since March as investors sold richly priced tech heavyweights and swerved the risk of the rise in coronavirus cases

S&P 500 Weekly Forecast: Investor jitters into US Election Day and what it means for stocks

Caution, though, was continuing to hang over markets as the pandemic raises worries that customers will stay away from businesses and pushes more European govts to bring back restrictions.Uncertainty about Tuesday's US elections is also weighing on markets, and Treasury yields were dippingCaution, though, was continuing to hang over markets as the pandemic raises worries that customers will stay away from businesses and pushes more European govts to bring back restrictions.Uncertainty about Tuesday's US elections is also weighing on markets, and Treasury yields were dipping

With focus on White House, Wall St rallies ahead of a potentially turbulent week

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The Dow and S&P closed higher on Monday with the Nasdaq posting slimmer gains on the eve of the U.S. presidential election, as investors girded for what could be big market swings this week.The Dow and S&P closed higher on Monday with the Nasdaq posting slimmer gains on the eve of the U.S. presidential election, as investors girded for what could be big market swings this week.

Wall Street rises but market braced for choppy week on eve of U.S. election | Reuters

Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones industrial average climbed 445.00 points after fears about surging COVID-19 infections drove the blue-chip index to its worst week since March.US stocks rebounded from a week of deep losses on Monday as investors prepared for Tuesday’s contentious presidential election. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed as much as 391.60

Stocks bounce as Wall Street braces for Election Day

Stocks notched major gains Monday, rallying on the eve of Election Day after suffering their worst week of losses since March.Stocks notched major gains Monday, rallying on the eve of Election Day after suffering their worst week of losses since March.

Dow closes up more than 400 points on eve of Election Day | TheHill

Stocks notched major gains Monday, rallying on the eve of Election Day after suffering their worst week of losses since March.Stocks notched major gains Monday, rallying on the eve of Election Day after suffering their worst week of losses since March.

Dow closes up more than 400 points on eve of Election Day | TheHill

Futures are on track to start the day off with a bang when the opening bell rings in New York.

Stock futures soar as Wall Street predicts Joe Biden will win the election - NBC2 News

THE trading week ended Oct 30 was the worst for global stocks since March, with the MSCI All Country World Index falling 5.3 per cent over five sessions. Read more at The Business Times.THE trading week ended Oct 30 was the worst for global stocks since March, with the MSCI All Country World Index falling 5.3 per cent over five sessions. Read more at The Business Times.

What to look out for in election week, Companies & Markets - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Intel's beaten-down stock price may already reflect the company's mounting problems, and Apple added a new risk factor to its annual report.Intel's beaten-down stock price may already reflect the company's mounting problems, and Apple added a new risk factor to its annual report.

Dow Jones Surges as Intel Stock Upgraded, Apple Warns About App Store Fees | The Motley Fool

Investors are in a buying mood ahead of the U.S. presidential election.Investors are in a buying mood ahead of the U.S. presidential election.

Stocks notched broad gains on Wall Street Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets. The S&P 500 climbed 1.2%, recouping some of... Stocks notched broad gains on Wall Street Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets. The S&P 500 climbed 1.2%, recouping some of...

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Major United States indexes finished higher despite lockdowns in Europe’s largest economies and US election uncertainty.Major United States indexes finished higher despite lockdowns in Europe’s largest economies and US election uncertainty.

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The gains come as investors brace for Tuesday's election and continue to monitor an alarming acceleration of coronavirus cases.The gains come as investors brace for Tuesday's election and continue to monitor an alarming acceleration of coronavirus cases.

U.S. stocks rebound from last week’s rout, with Dow up more than 350 points - The Washington Post

Investors hunt for value in unloved sectors after worst week for Wall Street since MarchInvestors hunt for value in unloved sectors after worst week for Wall Street since March

US stock market rebounds ahead of election day | Financial Times

Election Day in the U.S., a Federal Reserve meeting, the October jobs report and a slew of corporate earnings results are all on deck for this week.Election Day in the U.S., a Federal Reserve meeting, the October jobs report and a slew of corporate earnings results are all on deck for this week.

Stock market news live updates: Stocks mostly higher ahead of election as traders shake off last week's losses

Crucial week spans the U.S. election and a Federal Reserve meeting

Stocks bounce back in what will be a 'huge week for U.S. and global markets' | Financial Post

Stocks bounce back in what will be a 'huge week for U.S. and global markets' | Financial Post

NEW YORK (REUTERS) - The Dow and S&P closed higher on Monday (Nov 2) with the Nasdaq posted slimmer gains on the eve of the US presidential election, as investors girded for what could be big market swings after all three indexes notched their biggest weekly decline since March.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -NEW YORK (REUTERS) - The Dow and S&P closed higher on Monday (Nov 2) with the Nasdaq posted slimmer gains on the eve of the US presidential election, as investors girded for

Wall Street rises but market braced for choppy trade in US election week, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Among the biggest supports to the S&P 500 were Apple Inc , Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc, all of which rose between 0.8% and 1.3% after falling sharply in the previous session.Among the biggest supports to the S&P 500 were Apple Inc , Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc, all of which rose between 0.8% and 1.3% after falling sharply in the previous session.

Dow Jones share price: Dow Jones rebounds with focus on White House race - The Economic Times

Among the biggest supports to the S&P 500 were Apple Inc , Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc, all of which rose between 0.8% and 1.3% after falling sharply in the previous session.

Dow Jones share price: Dow Jones rebounds with focus on White House race - The Economic Times