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Market Performance and the Party in Power

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Fri, 5 Oct 2012

Summary The relationship between domestic securities market returns and U.S. Presidential elections is a favored topic of Wall Street commentators. As the 2012 Presidential election heads toward the tape, the pundits are in full swing once again, and claims about the impact of a Democratic or Repub

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