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OUTCOME OF US MID-TERMS

Mixed views on Wall Street as poll results turn out as expected

Bears see gridlock hampering Trump's fiscal stimulus efforts; bulls expect pressure on him to reverse trade protectionism

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The polls have been proved right and the Democrats are now in control of the House of Representatives and the Republicans have retained the Senate.

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THE big question facing global investors is how Wall Street will perform in the medium and long term, now that the mid-term elections are over.

Stocks opened higher on Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 153.45 points, or 0.60 per cent, at 25,788.46. The S...

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