A fifth of respondents say if Trump wins, they will raise their forecasts for the stock market on average by 8 percent. And if Clinton wins, a fifth of respondents said they would lower their forecasts by 9 percent.
Shares of Twitter have fallen more than 21 percent so far this year. An earlier version misstated the percentage.
The Great Recession hit in late 2007. An earlier version misstated the year.
This story has been updated to reflect that The New York Times reported last Wednesday that 73 protesters were injured after clashing with police in Merida, Venezuela.
This story was revised to delete an incorrect reference to when Tronc issued its statement.
This article has been updated to reflect the number of countries Yum Brands has restaurants in.
This story was updated to show the S&P 500 was flat on Monday.
This story was revised to correct the comparison period for the 2.6 percent increase in hourly wages for private sector workers in September. It was from a year earlier.
Correction: This article has been updated to correct a quote by Jason Croy.
This story was updated to correct the spelling of SMT CEO Gerard Hall's name.