Tagged With Markets And Election

Goldman Sachs lifts US GDP forecast to 6.6% in 2021 on Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package


Global stocks jump as Trump authorizes Biden's presidential transition process to begin


Dow surges 543 points as investors warm to the likelihood of a divided government



Tech stocks are primed to surge another 15% as election results seem likely to ease regulation risk, Wedbush says


Why the stock market is loving the prospect of a divided government


Dow climbs 370 points as likely divided government extends healthcare and tech rallies



Jeff Bezos cashed out over $3 billion in Amazon stock but still made a massive gain off the post-election limbo for the markets


Wednesday's massive stock rally is an endorsement of a split US government, Evercore co-CEO says


Unclear US presidential election is a problem for investors betting on a bigger stimulus package, JPMorgan says


HOW TO TRADE THE ELECTION: The ultimate guide to capitalising on assorted election scenarios and market volatility


A top exec at a $1.8 billion hedge fund asked his followers for their favourite election trades. Here are the best responses.


The stock market is sending mixed signals on who will win the presidential election, LPL says



A Wall Street global strategy chief says investors should take profits in case of a potential downturn ahead of the US election


Stocks will climb no matter who wins the presidential election — and could surge 19% in one scenario, JPMorgan says


A Biden win could spur a 'knee-jerk' 5% pullback in the stock market, but investors should seize the buying opportunity, Credit Suisse strategist says


Billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya blasts the 'dumpster fire' presidential debate — and says investors should stay in stocks because the ultimate victor will be irrelevant to economic prosperity



Why you should buy cannabis and clean-energy stocks if stocks slump and Biden wins, according to one wealth manager


Global strategy chief says the biggest concern for markets is the election, and breaks down the best ways to protect investments heading into November


Goldman Sachs survey reveals clients more worried about Senate election than presidential — and the market impact of a "blue wave"