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What’s a divided Congress mean for the stock market?

To mangle Tolstoy: “All one-party Congresses are alike; each divided Congress is divided in its own way.” Today the U.S. stock market is in love with yesterday's election results. Those results removed uncertainty. Eliminated the chance--slight though it was--that the Democrats would control both houses of Congress. And Democratic control of the House will put some restraints, […]

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