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John Sweeney responds to investor anxiety ahead of the election, advising against a short-term view of impending market volatility.
Senior Research Analyst David Amsellem says, "We had never viewed the previous ranges as credible."
One technician believes that Trump is more frightening for the market, and he has an idea of how low it could go.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Republican nominee's plan to cut corporate taxes makes buying in equity markets a smart move if he wins, strategist Mark Grant says.
China's next big boom sector? Theme parks, according to a new report from Euromonitor International.
CME took emergency action to allow bigger-than-normal price swings in its interest rate futures on Election Day on Tuesday.
Evercore ISI says Best Buy lost 4 percentage points of market share in the high-end 4K TV market during the third quarter.
Strategist Jim Paulsen says investors should focus more on longer-term market movements than who takes the White House on Tuesday.
JPMorgan forecasts $245 million of hydroponics-related sales in Scotts Miracle-Gro's fiscal 2017, up from $120 million in 2016.
Some strategists believe that a Trump victory could actually signal a buying opportunity for investors.
Weak demand in China, slower volume of the smaller iPhone, and the lack of a new iPhone SE could pressure sales, according to 9to5Mac.
He says "Trump victory would cause a lot of disarray for a few days. And then we would begin to figure out what it really means."
Goldman's views hold largely with the consensus, though it makes room for surprises not foretold in prediction markets and polling.
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