1. Australians flock to pubs as votes counted for US presidential election  NEWS.com.au
  2. Donald Trump tweets, just as Joe Biden walks off stage: US Election | ABC News  ABC News (Australia)
  3. US election: Voters demonstrate an age-old truth of democratic politics  The Australian
  4. Trump: 'Winning is easy, losing is never easy'  The Telegraph
  5. Trump throws baseless doubt on vote and falsely claims victory  Guardian News
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Americans living Down Under have flocked to pubs to follow coverage of the hotly contested US election. Americans living Down Under have flocked to pubs to follow coverage of the hotly contested US election.

US election 2020: Aussies follow race between Trump, Biden

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US futures, world markets rise as investors eye US electionUS futures, world markets rise as investors eye US election

US futures, world markets rise as investors eye US election | Taiwan News

New Zealand dollar down almost 1 US cent, S&P Futures Index spikes sharply higher.New Zealand dollar down almost 1 US cent, S&P Futures Index spikes sharply higher.

Wall Street and global financial executives are waiting anxiously for a clear winner in the 2020 U.S. election after President Donald Trump called foul play, stoking fears of a drawn-out count that keeps markets and businesses hanging.Wall Street and global financial executives are waiting anxiously for a clear winner in the 2020 U.S. election after President Donald Trump called foul play, stoking fears of a drawn-out count that keeps markets and businesses hanging.

Finance executives fret as U.S. presidential election too close to call | Reuters

Foreign investors turned net buyers of Indian equities as slowing COVID-19 cases boosted hopes of a faster economic recovery fromForeign investors turned net buyers of Indian equities as slowing COVID-19 cases boosted hopes of a faster economic recovery from

Indian equities get foreign inflows in October defying Asia trend | VCCircle

No matter who wins the election, Scott Brown says it won't change NZ-US relationsNo matter who wins the election, Scott Brown says it won't change NZ-US relations

US Election: 'Not pretty but definitely vibrant' – US Ambassador to NZ on American election - NZ Herald

Ohio: More Than 70 Per Cent Ballots Reported As Trump Builds Lead In Key Battleground State

Compared with the 2016 election, in which then President-elect Donald Trump received a 13 per cent of the Muslim vote, Trump in 2020 received 4 per cent more support. Compared with the 2016 election, in which then President-elect Donald Trump received a 13 per cent of the Muslim vote, Trump in 2020 received 4 per cent more support.

us elections: About 69 per cent American-Muslims vote for Joe Biden: Exit poll - The Economic Times

North Carolina Battleground: More Than 90 Per Cent Ballots Reported; Trump Leads

The division and anxiety are evident in conversations among voters in long lines outside early voting places and across browning autumn lawns where warring yard signs pit neighbour against neighbour, said The New York Times.The division and anxiety are evident in conversations among voters in long lines outside early voting places and across browning autumn lawns where warring yard signs pit neighbour against neighbour, said The New York Times.

US Election 2020: Nervous Americans cast their ballots amid unemployment, Covid-19 crisis - us presidential election - Hindustan Times

Down to the wireDown to the wire

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