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Investors Put Election Behind and Look Ahead to Fiscal Cliff as Employment, Trade Numbers Improve

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Wed, 14 Nov 2012

Equity markets apparently did not share the U.S. population’s choice for elected officials. After President Obama’s re-election was confirmed and Democrats gained several seats in both houses of Congress, the  Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and  Dow Jones Industrial Average both dropped. Consumers’ co

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