The election could be a turning point for markets and the economy
The tight race between President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney has made for a high level of anxiety. Markets hate uncertainty, but the uncertainty about who will lead the country, and how, ends with Tuesdays election. The election could be a turning point for markets and the economy.
In the politically packed days ahead, China's ruling Communist party begins the 18th congress in its history on Thursday, and there is also a two-part parliamentary vote In Greece.