In the Margins

Election year spells trouble for U.S. equities

February 11, 2016

By InvestmentNews

Investors should brace for a tough year in U.S. equities as a presidential race dominated by political outsiders will compound market anxiety over slumping oil and a slowing global economy, according to Wells Fargo & Co. Republican Donald Trump and Democratic Bernie Sanders won their respective primaries Tuesday in New Hampshire, and their victories are seen as a vote of no confidence in the nation's economic and political status quo. Their candidacies only serve to muddle the outlook for stocks at time when the market is seeking clarity. Read the original story from InvestmentNews.

 

 

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