• Stocks rise after U.S. vote splits power; dollar slips

    5 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Most major stock markets rose on Wednesday after the U.S. midterm election divided control of Congress, while expectations of political gridlock in Washington weighed on the dollar.
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  • What a Divided Congress Means for the U.S. Economy

    5 monthes ago - By Economy

    Both parties share some common ground on infrastructure and Medicare reform.
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  • Tech, Healthcare Stocks Boost Wall Street After Midterm Results

    5 monthes ago - By NY Times

    U.S. stocks rose strongly on Wednesday as investors piled into technology and healthcare sectors after midterm elections led to a divided Congress as expected and fueled bets that tighter regulations would be harder to push through.
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  • RaceAhead: Congress Gets More Diverse

    5 monthes ago - By Fortune

    If you believe the data that suggests diverse organizations and teams are smarter , make better decisions, are more fiscally successful and bring more innovative products to market, than the U.S. political system has just gotten a nice boost.
    While there were plenty of highs and lows on a busy election night, the overall picture is a field of representatives that better reflect the faces and feelings of the American population.
    Here's a quick list:
    Guam has elected its first female governor, it's first openly gay lieutenant governor, and has a new women-led legislature.
    Veronica Escobar...
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  • Stalemate in U.S. Congress; Little Change for Asia

    5 monthes ago - By Economy

    The U.S. midterm election outcome will result in few policy changes, more executive action.
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