Nov. 2 - Reuters asks economists and traders who they think will win the election, and what impact that will have on global markets.
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On mavericks in the US the market because slightly better. With the democratic White House and Republicans want. I just long enough to Democrats who waved fox it's not necessarily good for the markets it to better racial. Some life he gets that Obama wins and narrow it. And narrow victory really tend to think that's market usually you rally after the elections regardless of who wins that then next year we've. Officials situation. And the debt ceiling coming back on the agenda. That could be your group could prove to be difficult to -- if I suspect who fumbled just sneak its. If he doesn't think that was capable of markets if Romney gets an awful lot -- different. Because well how Obama reelected but she could also have a real possibility. Republicans. If you give -- our own hands and also because twenty. Three of the 53. Seats in the senate soft currently held by Democrats he might also get a turnover in the senate and -- is a recipe for -- -- -- gridlock and maybe it -- fiscal cliff. Two on the possibility that the Democrats. And it squeezes off for a game. And you get the feeling that the markets -- run ahead of themselves that he would irrespective you've comes it's -- now. There is essential that -- --
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