Potential Contested Election Poses ‘Terrifying Risk’ to Markets

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Wall Street analysts gaming out potential post-ballot market reactions regard an unclear or contested outcome after the Nov. 3 presidential election as worst-case scenarios. The most immediate concern would be a delay in delivering more pandemic aid. That would disappoint investors who’ve been counting on additional stimulus in the wake of the election, regardless of who wins, to help the economy

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