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Given that, in the near term, markets behave emotionally more than fundamentally I was wondering how the US election outcome might cause Us markets to react.

Could it be that, given their support of late is based on the sentiment of no more bailouts etc, that Republican success would actually spook markets slightly? i.e no more easy money/bailouts/etc for troubled banks/businesses/etc

Whereas, if Obama does Ok, it will be seen as green light for continued Keynesian style approach to matter economic (i.e more money printing, etc)

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