Trump or Biden? Wall Street Doesnt Seem to Care

While the votes are still being counted, it seems that the 2020 presidential election is much closer than initially thought. Up until the day before the election, Democratic candidate Joe Biden was ahead by around 10 in the polls against incumbent Donald Trump. And yet, as more and more votes are counted, it seems that, not only is the election extremely close, but Trump may still come out on top. But how will the election results impact Wall Street?


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