1. US President Donald Trump claims he has won election as count continues, Joe Biden says Democrats 'on track' to win  ABC News
  2. State that picked last 14 presidential election winners declared  NEWS.com.au
  3. Donald Trump wins the key battleground state of Florida, weakening Joe Biden's path to victory  SBS News
  4. Who is winning the US election - Donald Trump, or is Joe Biden winning?  Daily Express
  5. With an early surprise in Florida, we're in for a long night  Telegraph.co.uk
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Donald Trump claims he's won the US election and flags a move to stop the counting of any more votes, while Joe Biden says he's "on track" for victory, in one of the closest election races of recent times.Donald Trump claims he's won the US election and flags a move to stop the counting of any more votes, while Joe Biden says he's "on track" for victory, in one of the closest election races of recent times.

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Multiple reports suggest that US President Donald Trump has won the critical battleground state of Ohio, which has predicted the past 14 presidential elections.Multiple reports suggest that US President Donald Trump has won the critical battleground state of Ohio, which has predicted the past 14 presidential elections.

US election 2020: Donald Trump wins Ohio, Joe Biden falls behind

Florida was the biggest and most fiercely-contested battleground on the map, with both campaigns now shifting their focus to the Northern states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.Florida was the biggest and most fiercely-contested battleground on the map, with both campaigns now shifting their focus to the Northern states of Michigan,...

Donald Trump wins the key battleground state of Florida, weakening Joe Biden's path to victory | SBS News

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The fight for the presidency is down to a few crucial states but it could be days before votes get counted.The fight for the presidency is down to a few crucial states but it could be days before votes get counted.

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Amid fast moving-markets, as the counting of critical states in the Midwest is underway, President Donald Trump is leading in the Southern states whilAmid fast moving-markets, as the counting of critical states in the Midwest is underway, President Donald Trump is leading in the Southern states whil

S&P 500 futures stage impressive bounce amid risk-recovery, Biden still favorite

Betting agencies have flipped the Donald Trump and Joe Biden odds as counting is underway, now favouring Mr Trump to win the presidential election. Sky News host Rowan Dean says it is similar to the 2016 presidential election where Hillary Clinton was tipped to win until halfway through the day when the bookies flipped to back in a Trump victory. “Same thing is happening on the betting markets now, they’re going … 'Biden ain’t going to win'." Betting agencies have flipped the Donald Trump and Joe Biden odds as counting is underway, now favouring Mr Trump to win the presidential election. Sky News host Rowan Dean says it is similar to the 2016 presidential election where Hillary Clinton was tipped to win until halfway through the day when the bookies flipped to back in a Trump victory. “Same thing is happening on the betting markets now, they’re going … 'Biden ain’t going to win'."

Donald Trump has won Florida and its 29 electoral votes. The state is considered the biggest prize among th...

US Election 2020: Donald Trump wins Florida and its 29 electoral votes

President Donald Trump reckons he’s in for four more years after winning the key state of Florida.President Donald Trump reckons he’s in for four more years after winning the key state of Florida.

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The race for the US presidency is coming down to the wire - here are the vital states that have just been called for the candidates.The race for the US presidency is coming down to the wire - here are the vital states that have just been called for the candidates.

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S&P 500 Futures Seesaw on Presidential Election Uncertainty. Florida Update

Trump visited Florida at least 16 times this campaign season, while Biden made four trips to the state, focusing more on other swing states.Trump visited Florida at least 16 times this campaign season, while Biden made four trips to the state, focusing more on other swing states.

Fox News network alone in projecting a Trump win Florida, a state seen as a must-win in his quest for the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win another four years in the White House Fox News network alone in projecting a Trump win Florida, a state seen as a must-win in his quest for the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win another four years in the White House

The U.S. dollar clawed back early losses against risk-sensitive currencies on Wednesday after preliminary results suggested President Donald Trump has a slight edge over Democratic challenger Joe Biden in Florida, a key battleground state. That undercut rising expectations in markets this week that Biden will likely win the presidency and adopt a large stimulus to support the economy. The U.S. dollar clawed back early losses against risk-sensitive currencies on Wednesday after preliminary results suggested President Donald Trump has a slight edge over Democratic challenger Joe Biden in Florida, a key battleground state. That undercut rising expectations in markets this week that Biden will likely win the presidency and adopt a large stimulus to support the economy.

Dollar claws back losses as Trump takes narrow early lead in Florida | Kitco News

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. election remains too close to call after a dramatic night of swinging fortunes for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.In the latest twist, Trump falsely declared early Wednesday that he’d won re-election and said he would ask the Supreme Court to intervene, even as key battleground states continued vote counts that may take some time to resolve. The Senate appears likely to remain in the hands of Republicans.Investors were whipsawed by volatile markets. S&P 500 futures gyrated between a gain of 2.1% and a loss of 1.3%. The yield on 10-year Treasuries fell as low as 0.76%, a decline of 14 basis points. The Bloomberg Dollar Index rallied 1% before giving up a slice of the gains.Here’s what some market watchers are saying:Potentially Contested“This election has the potential to get much worse than the 2000 dispute, due to the more polarized nature of U.S. politics,” said Ranko Berich, head of market analysis at Monex Europe Ltd. in London. “Should the courts fail to resolve the dispute, it falls to the legislature and constitutional norms that have rarely been tested in the U.S. This is exactly the kind of stuff that spooks currency markets and could lead to more serious losses for the greenback.”Bye Bye, Blue Sweep?“Both the stock and bond markets are saying the same thing: there’s a lower probability of a Blue Sweep, for sure, and higher likelihood that Trump wins,” said Jamie Anderson, head of U.S. trading at asset manager Insight Investment, which oversaw about $946 billion as of September.With a Trump re-election, a smaller, tax-friendly stimulus package might still come to market, he said, which for bond investors might mean less issuance to absorb at a time when federal deficits are swelling amid the pandemic.“The bond market was efficiently priced for a ‘Blue Sweep’ and potential for higher deficit spending,” said Subadra Rajappa, head of U.S. rates strategy at Societe Generale SA. Now, “it is looking less likely that we will have the final results soon. So you are seeing a flight to safety as bond investors brace for uncertainty.”Pennsylvania Is ‘Critical’“At this point, I’m not sure the market is trading only on Trump,” said Evercore ISI strategist Dennis DeBusschere in New York. “The Senate looks increasingly likely to be Republican.”He added that “Biden with a Republican Senate is really good for tech as well. I.e., Trump could lose and I’m not sure market internals would change from the current moves (Nasdaq 100 up, rates down etc.).”“It looks like we will have to wait till tomorrow for an outcome. Pennsylvania is critical and we won’t get much more till tomorrow,” he said.Long S&P/Short NasdaqRising stocks, a stronger dollar and higher Treasuries mean “higher Trump pricing, ‘America First,’ less fiscal stimulus, less taxes,” said Nader Naeimi, head of dynamic markets at AMP Capital Investors Ltd. in Sydney. “Nasdaq futures directly correlate with Trump winning. And as a ‘Blue Sweep’ is looking less likely, tech is rallying.”“In my view, that’s a rally to fade,” he said. “Long S&P/short Nasdaq is how I am playing right now” as “global regulatory pressures on tech will continue to intensify no matter who wins the election.”Caution on Conclusions“I just would not leap to any big conclusions,” said Brian Barish, chief investment officer at Cambiar Investors LLC in Denver. “We all saw that in 2016, markets kind of did not get much right about the impact of the election in the initial hours after it was clear Trump would win.”A Senate Democrat majority of more than 52 seats looks unlikely, he said. “That’s as much as I can see clearly,” but “it does look like a lot of (systematic) polling error again, which is an interesting story in and of itself.”Equities Versus Bonds“Equity markets and FX/bond markets are viewing the risk of election result delay differently,” said Masahiro Ichikawa, a senior strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui DS Asset Management Co. in Tokyo. “There is a risk-off mood as dollar appreciated and yen weakens, with expectation that the election delay could be prolonged.”“There’s mixed reactions/views to the risk of not finding out the election outcome today,” but “either way, regardless of who wins after a possible delay, there will be an economic stimulus bill that will be a positive for the equity markets.”(Updates with section on contested scenario. A previous version corrected the location of an analyst.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. election remains too close to call after a dramatic night of swinging fortunes for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.In the latest twist, Trump falsely declared early Wednesday that he’d won re-election and said he would ask the Supreme Court to intervene, even as key battleground states continued vote counts that may take some time to resolve. The Senate appears likely to remain in the hands of Republicans.Investors were whipsawed by volatile markets. S&P 500 futures gyrated between a gain of 2.1% and a loss of 1.3%. The yield on 10-year Treasuries fell as low as 0.76%, a decline of 14 basis points. The Bloomberg Dollar Index rallied 1% before giving up a slice of the gains.Here’s what some market watchers are saying:Potentially Contested“This election has the potential to get much worse than the 2000 dispute, due to the more polarized nature of U.S. politics,” said Ranko Berich, head of market analysis at Monex Europe Ltd. in London. “Should the courts fail to resolve the dispute, it falls to the legislature and constitutional norms that have rarely been tested in the U.S. This is exactly the kind of stuff that spooks currency markets and could lead to more serious losses for the greenback.”Bye Bye, Blue Sweep?“Both the stock and bond markets are saying the same thing: there’s a lower probability of a Blue Sweep, for sure, and higher likelihood that Trump wins,” said Jamie Anderson, head of U.S. trading at asset manager Insight Investment, which oversaw about $946 billion as of September.With a Trump re-election, a smaller, tax-friendly stimulus package might still come to market, he said, which for bond investors might mean less issuance to absorb at a time when federal deficits are swelling amid the pandemic.“The bond market was efficiently priced for a ‘Blue Sweep’ and potential for higher deficit spending,” said Subadra Rajappa, head of U.S. rates strategy at Societe Generale SA. Now, “it is looking less likely that we will have the final results soon. So you are seeing a flight to safety as bond investors brace for uncertainty.”Pennsylvania Is ‘Critical’“At this point, I’m not sure the market is trading only on Trump,” said Evercore ISI strategist Dennis DeBusschere in New York. “The Senate looks increasingly likely to be Republican.”He added that “Biden with a Republican Senate is really good for tech as well. I.e., Trump could lose and I’m not sure market internals would change from the current moves (Nasdaq 100 up, rates down etc.).”“It looks like we will have to wait till tomorrow for an outcome. Pennsylvania is critical and we won’t get much more till tomorrow,” he said.Long S&P/Short NasdaqRising stocks, a stronger dollar and higher Treasuries mean “higher Trump pricing, ‘America First,’ less fiscal stimulus, less taxes,” said Nader Naeimi, head of dynamic markets at AMP Capital Investors Ltd. in Sydney. “Nasdaq futures directly correlate with Trump winning. And as a ‘Blue Sweep’ is looking less likely, tech is rallying.”“In my view, that’s a rally to fade,” he said. “Long S&P/short Nasdaq is how I am playing right now” as “global regulatory pressures on tech will continue to intensify no matter who wins the election.”Caution on Conclusions“I just would not leap to any big conclusions,” said Brian Barish, chief investment officer at Cambiar Investors LLC in Denver. “We all saw that in 2016, markets kind of did not get much right about the impact of the election in the initial hours after it was clear Trump would win.”A Senate Democrat majority of more than 52 seats looks unlikely, he said. “That’s as much as I can see clearly,” but “it does look like a lot of (systematic) polling error again, which is an interesting story in and of itself.”Equities Versus Bonds“Equity markets and FX/bond markets are viewing the risk of election result delay differently,” said Masahiro Ichikawa, a senior strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui DS Asset Management Co. in Tokyo. “There is a risk-off mood as dollar appreciated and yen weakens, with expectation that the election delay could be prolonged.”“There’s mixed reactions/views to the risk of not finding out the election outcome today,” but “either way, regardless of who wins after a possible delay, there will be an economic stimulus bill that will be a positive for the equity markets.”(Updates with section on contested scenario. A previous version corrected the location of an analyst.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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Her mother’s toughness, her grandfather’s work ethic and the whole family’s attitude towards discrimination are among the values that shaped the person who could soon be the world’s most powerful woman.Her mother’s toughness, her grandfather’s work ethic and the whole family’s attitude towards discrimination are among the values that shaped the person who could soon be the world’s most powerful woman.

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The US Election 2020 is happening today, so to keep you updated with the important details, we're keeping a rolling live blog. Yay.The US Election 2020 is happening today, so to keep you updated with the important details, we're keeping a rolling live blog. Yay.

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By Nikhila Natarajan New York: A little over three hours into the US 2020 presidential election results night, splotches of red and blue are slowlyBy Nikhila Natarajan New York: A little over three hours into the US 2020 presidential election results night, splotches of red and blue are slowly

Biden 118, Trump 114: Red and blue states not budging, US lurches towards nail biting finish

News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publicationFormer vice-president Joe Biden made an early morning speech in Delaware on Wednesday, asking his supporters to 'have patience' as he says the Democrats are on track to win the White House

US election 2020: Joe Biden urges supporters to 'keep the faith' | Financial Times

Who will win US election out of Joe Biden and Donald Trump - this is everything we know so far on election day about who's in front.We may not know the final result for days.

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Investors moved to price a greater chance of U.S. policy gridlock after a close and tightly contested election on Wednesday.Investors moved to price a greater chance of U.S. policy gridlock after a close and tightly contested election on Wednesday.

Global investors bet tight U.S. election points to gridlock | Reuters

Investors moved to price a greater chance of U.S. policy gridlock after a close and tightly contested election on Wednesday.Investors moved to price a greater chance of U.S. policy gridlock after a close and tightly contested election on Wednesday.

Global investors bet tight U.S. election points to gridlock | Reuters

Biden wins New Hampshire in first battleground victory as US elections continueDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has emerged victorious in the first US battleground state to be called Tuesday evening, taking New Hampshire. The campaign of US...

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Wilmington/Washington, November 4 The US presidential election hung in the balance on Wednesday, with a handful of states set to decide the outcome in the coming hours or days, even as Donald Trump fBiden leads 224 to 213 over Trump in Electoral College vote count, as per Edison Research The US presidential election hung in the balance on Wednesday, with a handful of states set to decide the outcome in the coming hours or days, even as Donald Trump falsely claimed victory and made unfounded allegations of electoral fraud.

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NEW YORK/WASHINGTON -- The 2020 U.S. presidential election is neck and neck between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, with eWisconsin vote counting has concluded, election official says

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As the race between the two main opponents in the US presidential elections inches towards the end, crypto prediction markets flipped to favor the still-President Donald Trump over the potential-President Joe Biden.As the race between the two main opponents in the US presidential elections inches towards the end, crypto prediction markets flipped to favor the still-President Donald Trump over the potential-President Joe Biden.

US Election: Crypto Prediction Markets Flip Again, Now Favor Biden Over Trump

Many polls gave Joe Biden a strong lead in the race for the White House but Election Night is giving a closer race than many expected.The Democratic nominee was thought to have a comfortable leadMany polls gave Joe Biden a strong lead in the race for the White House but Election Night is giving a closer race than many expected.The Democratic nominee was thought to have a comfortable lead

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TEHRAN, Nov. 04 (MNA) – Millions of legally cast votes are being counted in elections offices around the country as the presidential race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden comes down to a handful of battleground state.TEHRAN, Nov. 04 (MNA) – Millions of legally cast votes are being counted in elections offices around the country as the presidential race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden comes down to a handful of battleground state.

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Even with his presidency on the line, Trump couldn’t bring himself to curb his obnoxious and juvenile antics.Even with his presidency on the line, Trump couldn’t bring himself to curb his obnoxious and juvenile antics.

All Trump had to do was act presidential - The Boston Globe

President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden were locked in a tight race in Florida, and it was too early for The Associated Press to call the perennial battleground state.President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden were locked in a tight race in Florida, and it was too early for The Associated Press to call the perennial battleground state.

EXPLAINER: Why AP hasn’t called Florida

It feels like every four years, the same thing happens: people of all political stripes watch Florida to see how it’s going to vote in the presidential election. Florida is the most populous swing state and a huge prize for presidential candidates hoping to win the White House. Barack Obama won it twice and in 2016 it was pivotal to Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton. Even asIt feels like every four years, the same thing happens: people of all political stripes watch Florida to see how it’s going to vote in the presidential election. Florida is the most populous swing

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A loss in the state would have made it nearly impossible for Trump to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to retain the White House.A loss in the state would have made it nearly impossible for Trump to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to retain the White House.

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Early results in several key battleground states in a flux Early results in several key battleground states in a flux

US election 2020 results: Joe Biden, Donald Trump locked in tight races in battleground states | Americas – Gulf News

President Trump has won Ohio, keeping a key battleground state in his column that is critical to winning 270 electoral votes and a second term.President Trump has won Ohio, keeping a key battleground state in his column that is critical to winning 270 electoral votes and a second term.

Trump wins Ohio, keeping battleground in his column | TheHill