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Futures lower as U.S. midterm elections kick off

“Uncertainty about the elections dominated investors’ minds, despite positive reports on trade” reports businessinsider.com. The cautious mood set in as investors broadly braced for opposition Democrats to take over the House of Representatives and Trump’s Republican Party to retain the Senate.Among stocks, Mylan NV jumped 10 percent in premarket trading after the drugmaker beat analysts’ estimates for third-quarter profit.Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan said the country was ready to hold discussions and work with the United States to resolve trade disputes.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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