Markets across the globe recorded positive performance yesterday following the outcome of the US midterm elections, which led to a divided Congress, but concerns this would cause political gridlock in Washington weighed on the US dollar.
The results of the US midterm election came in as predicted by pollsters, with the Democrats winning the House of Representatives and the GOP strengthening its majority in the Senate. Despite fears...
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