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Stock sectors that could do well if Democrats win in November have been outpacing those that might be in favor if Republicans get control of the White House and Senate, according to an index created by LPL Financial.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
With the market having rallied so strongly since June, it’s only natural to ask: Which widely held high-flyers are at risk of falling?
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