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Wall Street's focus is on Washington investors like everyone else is wondering who'll win the presidential election and what does that mean for your stock purple yes.
History shows that -- -- presidential election years gone all the way back in nineteen when he.
S&P 500 stocks have risen on average point 9% in November and a greater one point 7% in December no matter who wins the race.
Investors are also focused on any continuing financial fallout from -- response -- that ravaged the US East Coast last week's.
And we can't forget -- -- out being -- opposition to calls for more austerity has stayed hospital doctors taxi drivers transport workers and journalists walking off the job.
It's the beginning at three days and escalating anti austerity strikes.
Apple sells three million ipads in just three days since the launch of the new iPad -- on Friday as well as the fourth generation iPad.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says quote we set a new launch weekend record and practically sold out -- An earnings still pouring in Toyota says its quarterly profit tripled to 3.2 billion dollars.
The Japanese auto maker raised its full year earnings forecast to Leone is on track to -- the crown of world's number one on -- maker this year.
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