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India

Lewis Krauskopf

World stocks stumble, dollar dips on COVID-19, U.S. election anxiety

28 Oct 2020

NEW YORK A gauge of world stock markets dropped and the U.S. dollar slipped on Tuesday as investors grappled with a surge in coronavirus cases and uncertainty over the impending U.S. presidential election.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks wobble on COVID-19, US election uncertainty; dollar slips

27 Oct 2020

* Oil rises on U.S. Gulf shutdowns (Updates with afternoon U.S. trading)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks wobble on COVID-19, election uncertainty; dollar dips

27 Oct 2020

* Oil rises on U.S. Gulf shutdowns (Updates with open of U.S. markets, changes dateline to New York)

U.S. stock market braces for rocky week ahead of contentious U.S. election

27 Oct 2020

NEW YORK Wall Street faces a rocky run-up to Election Day, with mounting worries about the outcome in Washington adding to nerves about the coronavirus pandemic and fading chances of stimulus.

Analysis: Unloved value stocks seen as cautious bet as election nears

16 Oct 2020

NEW YORK/BOSTON A sustained shift to value stocks has eluded investors for years. Indeed, a casualty this week was the $10-billion AJO quantitative value fund that announced it was shutting, citing the longest "drought" on record in value.

Investors eye discounted U.S. healthcare sector as Biden's lead in polls grows

08 Oct 2020

NEW YORK Investors are looking for bargains among healthcare stocks, even as prospect of a Democratic “Blue Sweep” in next month’s elections threatens more volatility for a sector already trading near a historical discount to the broader market.

Trump's diagnosis fuels uncertainty for skittish U.S. stock market

04 Oct 2020

Investors are gauging how a potential deterioration in President Donald Trump's health could impact asset prices in coming weeks, as the U.S. leader remains hospitalized after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

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