How might the midterm elections ripple through financial markets? There are three possible outcomes in tomorrow's midterm elections:
Republicans retain control of both houses of Congress.
Democrats take the House but not the Senate.
U.S. stocks made their biggest moves in two years last week, but there was relative calm in a market know for volatility: cryptocurrencies.
One reason emerged in Washington, where regulators were cautiously optimistic toward the...
Earlier today, we highlighted the spreading risk of global debt and currency problems.
But what does it mean for the chart most of us really care about, the S&P 500? Here are some thoughts.
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