A Biden Win Helps S&P and Asian Stocks, Says Normand

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    Oct.09 — John Normand, JPMorgan Chase head of cross asset fundamental strategy, says a Joe Biden win in the U.S. presidential election is good for Asian stocks and the S&P. He appears on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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