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Stocks are rallying as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning.Stocks are rallying as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning.

Stocks are rallying as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning.Stocks are rallying as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning.

All the latest ASX news from Markets Live team. Reporting on the ASX200 today, Australia's top stocks, the Aussie dollar (AUD), and breaking business newsThe ASX is set for meagre gains as the US presidential poll enters its final hours. Wall Street surged higher overnight, while the Aussie also jumped.

* Gains for 10 of 11 major S&P sectors (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments to market close)* Gains for 10 of 11 major S&P sectors (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments to market close)

US STOCKS-Wall Street closes sharply higher on U.S. Election Day stimulus hopes | Reuters

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Wall Street's main indexes were set to jump at the open on Tuesday as investors bet on a Joe Biden victory followed by a swift deal on more fiscal stimulusWall Street's main indexes were set to jump at the open on Tuesday as investors bet on a Joe Biden victory followed by a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus

Wall Street set to jump on Biden victory bets, stimulus hopes | Voters First | unionleader.com

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow warned Wall Street executives who are backing former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump that they would suffer with Democrats in control. Kudlow highlighted the risks that some in Wall Street may be taking by supporting Biden.White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow warned that Wall Street executives who are backing former Vice President Joe Biden would suffer with Democrats if took control.

Kudlow: Wall Street Will Regret Backing Biden | Newsmax.com

Stocks opened sharply higher on Election Day, continuing their winning streak from the start of the week.Stocks opened sharply higher on Election Day, continuing their winning streak from the start of the week.

The Election Day stock rally is here as investors continue to price in a Biden win | Business | gwinnettdailypost.com

Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%

Stocks rally worldwide on Election Day; S&P 500 climbs 1.8%

Asian markets follow Wall Street higher ahead of electionAsian markets follow Wall Street higher ahead of election

Asian markets follow Wall Street higher ahead of election | Taiwan News

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US STOCKS-Wall St set to jump on Biden victory bets, stimulus hopes | Article [AMP] | Reuters

Global stocks and US futures are rising Tuesday as investors bet that Joe Biden will capture the White House and boost Democratic candidates for Congress following a divisive election campaign in the United States.Global stocks and US futures are rising Tuesday as investors bet that Joe Biden will capture the White House and boost Democratic candidates for Congress following a divisive election campaign in the United States.

Global stocks and US futures climb as election day begins

Stocks have been rocky in the run-up to the election and the CBOE Volatility Index, Wall Street's "fear gauge," has risen in recent weeks. 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 risen in recent weeks. 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.

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Markets are up on investor hopes that a Joe Biden victory in the U.S. presidential election might lead to more economic stimulus.Markets are up on investor hopes that a Joe Biden victory in the U.S. presidential election might lead to more economic stimulus.

Wall Street follows world markets higher on Election Day- Marketplace

Wall Street's main indexes jumped on Tuesday as investors bet that one of the country's most divisive presidential races could end with a clear victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus.Wall Street's main indexes jumped on Tuesday as investors bet that one of the country's most divisive presidential races could end with a clear victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus.

Wall Street Jumps As Americans Head To Polls

The Dow had an Election Day rally Tuesday, its best performance since July, as US stocks continued their winning streak from the start of the week. The Dow finished 2.1%, or 555 points, higher, the greatest percentage gain for the index since mid-July. The S&P 500, Wall Street’s broadest measure, closed up 1.8%, its best

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Stocks notched broad gains on Wall Street Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets.Stocks notched broad gains on Wall Street Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets.

Wall Street rallies ahead of a potentially turbulent week | Business | thedailytimes.com

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks powered higher Tuesday as investors hope the end of a bruising U.S. presidential campaign may soon lift the heavy uncertainty that’s sent markets spinning recently.NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks powered higher Tuesday as investors hope the end of a bruising U.S. presidential campaign may soon lift the heavy uncertainty that’s sent markets spinning recently.

Stocks rally worldwide on Election Day; S&P 500 climbs 1.8% | Business News | scnow.com

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The S&P 500 rose 58.92 points, or 1.8 percent.The S&P 500 rose 58.92 points, or 1.8 percent.

Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day. Here’s how major US stock indexes fared - The Boston Globe

Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%

Stocks rally worldwide on Election Day; S&P 500 climbs 1.8%

NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks powered higher Tuesday as investors hope the end of a bruising U.S. presidential campaign may soon lift the heavy uncertainty that's sent markets spinning recently. The S&P 500 rose 58.92 points, or 1.8%, to 3,369.16 for its second straight healthy gain. The rally was widespread and global, with Treasury yields, oil prices and stocks around the world all strengthening. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 554.98, or 2.1%, to 27,480.03, and the Nasdaq composite added 202.96, or 1.9%, to 11,160.57. More than anything, what investors hope for from the election is a clear winner to emerge, even if it takes some time for all the votes to be tallied. Whether that's President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden is less important, because history shows stocks tend to rise regardless of which party controls the White House. "The markets are neither red nor blue, and today they're decidedly green," said Rod von Lipsey, managing director at UBS Private Wealth Management. What investors fear is the prospect of a contested election, one that drags on and injects even more uncertainty into markets. Under such a scenario, much of Wall Street expects a sharp drop in stocks. The future political makeup of the Senate is another unknown throwing uncertainty into the markets, along with the timing of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. "There's a sense that we might get some clarity on the outcome of the direction of one or two wild cards that have been moving the market," von Lipsey said. If Biden ends up winning, as polls suggest, the thought is that could open the door to a big support package for the economy, particularly if the Democrats also take control of the Senate. Some areas of the market that would benefit from a large...

Stocks rally worldwide on Election Day; S&P 500 climbs 1.8% - Beaumont Enterprise

The Dow had an Election Day rally Tuesday, its best performance since July, as US stocks continued their winning streak from the start of the week.The Dow had an Election Day rally Tuesday, its best performance since July, as US stocks continued their winning streak from the start of the week.

Dow logs best day since July as Wall Street doubles down on its Joe Biden bet | Politics | fox10tv.com

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are rallying Tuesday as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning. The S&P 500 was 2. 1% higher in afternoon trading and on pace for its best day in nearly five months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 596 points, or 2. 2%, at 27,572, as of 12:36 p. m. Eastern time, and the Nasdaq composite was 2. 1% higher.NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are rallying Tuesday as Election Day finally arrives following a punishing campaign that created enough uncertainty to help send markets spinning. The S&P 500 was 2. 1% higher in afternoon trading and on pace for its best day in nearly five months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 596 points, or 2. 2%, at 27,572, as of 12:36 p. m. Eastern time, and the Nasdaq composite was 2. 1% higher.

Stocks worldwide rally again as Election Day finally arrives | WTOV

Stocks worldwide rally again as Election Day finally arrives

Investors aren't political analysts. But from Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday morning, they'll be glued to the outcome of the US election, a major event that could shakeInvestors aren't political analysts. But from Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday morning, they'll be glued to the outcome of the US election, a major event that could shake

It's Election Day in America. Here's the Wall Street playbook | Business | jacksonprogress-argus.com

Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%Wall Street posted solid gains on Election Day, sending the S&P 500 up 1.8%

Stocks rally worldwide on Election Day; S&P 500 climbs 1.8%

Wall Street's main indexes jumped on Tuesday as investors bet that one of the country's most divisive presidential races could end with a clear victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus. All 11 major S&P indexes were up in morning trading, led by financials, healthcare and industrial stocks as investors also reined in some of the bets on post-vote volatility that dominated in recent weeks.Wall Street's main indexes jumped on Tuesday as investors bet that one of the country's most divisive presidential races could end with a clear victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus. All 11 major S&P indexes were up in morning trading, led by financials, healthcare and industrial stocks as investors also reined in some of the bets on post-vote volatility that dominated in recent weeks.

US STOCKS-Wall St jumps as Americans head to polls | Business

Read more about Wall Street set to jump on Joe Biden victory bets, stimulus hopes on Business Standard. Democrats are also favored to emerge from 14 hotly contested US Senate races with full control of Congress in Tuesday's electionDemocrats are also favored to emerge from 14 hotly contested US Senate races with full control of Congress in Tuesday's election

Wall Street set to jump on Joe Biden victory bets, stimulus hopes | Business Standard News

If results take longer than Friday though, we could lose these big gains

Wall Street closes sharply higher as investors bet on a clear (and quick) victory for Biden | Edmonton Journal

Wall Street closes sharply higher as investors bet on a clear (and quick) victory for Biden | Edmonton Journal

New Age, a Dhaka-based leading English language daily newspaper, is a major source of news of Bangladesh and international affairs Futures for Wall Street stocks were higher Tuesday as voters headed to the polls in the culmination of a long and bitter US presidential campaign....

US stocks futures rise ahead of Election Day session

U.S. stocks rallied on Tuesday as Americans voted in one of the country’s most turbulent presidential elections and investors bet it would be decided without a…

Wall St rallies with Election Day underway | Financial Post

Stocks notched broad gains Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets. Stocks notched broad gains Monday as investors looked ahead to Election Day and the potential for a turbulent stretch for markets.

Wall Street rallies broadly after last week's sell-off

BEIJING (AP) — Global stock markets and United States (US) futures rose yesterday as investors hope for a possible victory by challenger Joe Biden in the American presidential election as it might lead to more economic stimulus. London and Frankfurt opened higher, while Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney also advanced. Japanese markets were closed […]

World markets follow Wall Street higher ahead of election » Borneo Bulletin Online

After slumping to five-week lows last week, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq began November on a strong footing as the consistent lead for Democratic presidential nominee Biden in national opinion polls raised hopes of a bigger stimulus package as well as more infrastructure spending post-election.After slumping to five-week lows last week, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq began November on a strong footing as the consistent lead for Democratic presidential nominee Biden in national opinion polls raised hopes of a bigger stimulus package as well as more infrastructure spending post-election.

As Polls Signal Joe Biden's Victory, Wall Street Set to Jump on Fiscal Stimulus Hopes

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Global stocks and US futures are rising Tuesday as investors prepare for the US presidential election. The overnight rally follows a strong showing Monday onGlobal stocks and US futures are rising Tuesday as investors prepare for the US presidential election. Here's the latest.

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U.S. stocks jumped on Tuesday as investors bet that one of the country’s most divisive presidential races would end with a clear victory for Democratic nominee…

Wall St jumps on bets of Biden victory, stimulus hopes | Regina Leader Post

U.S. stock index futures rose on Tuesday as investors bet on a Joe Biden victory followed by a swift deal on more fiscal stimulus in one of the most divisive…

Futures rise as investors bet on Biden victory, more stimulus | Regina Leader Post