Nick Watson considers the results of the US midterm elections and the implications for US policy and global markets, as well as the prospect of a better environment for stockpickers and asset allocators
As broadly expected by politicians, polling agencies and markets, the US midterm elections this week saw the Republicans hold onto control in the Senate while the Democrats took control of the House. ...
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