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How Wall Street Is Voting

The outcome of the elections will define the political context and leadership for policies that address the looming fiscal imbalances coming to a head in early 2013. Last week, we explored the post-election environment and what it could mean for the markets and economy. This week, we will take a look at what the market is pricing in regarding the election outcome. In short, the stock market has priced in a close election compared with where it was a month ago ahead of the debates. As the race has tightened over the past month, the market has slipped lower while Republican-favored industries have outperformed Democrat-favored industries.

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