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Stocks surge in post-election rally even as winner remains unclear, S&P 500 jumps 2%

U.S. stocks climbed on Wednesday, led by tech shares, even as the results of the presidential contest so far failed to yield a clear winner. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped about 370 points, or 1.4%. The blue-chip benchmark surged more than 800 points at its session high. The S&P 500 rose 2.2%. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite popped 3.9% as investors crowded back into the trade that's been working for most of this tumultuous year.
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5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday

U.S. stock futures were volatile overnight and early Wednesday morning with the presidential election still unsettled and vote-counting in crucial swing states Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin that could take days. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 were set to open higher. The Nasdaq was also set to rise at the open as investors piled into tech stocks, a strategy that's been working during a tumultuous year marked by coronavirus economic uncertainty and political rancor. Wall Street logged a strong two-day rally heading into election night, with stocks closing up around 2% on Tuesday, putting a dent in last week's worst declines since March.
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Global stocks rise and US futures recover from brief slide after Trump effectively declared victory in the still-ongoing election

Global shares, the dollar and US Treasury prices rose, recovering from an earlier stumble when President Donald Trump said he would ask the Supreme Court to stop vote counting and effectively declared victory in a race that was still ongoing. US stock futures recovered, having initially nosedived after Trump's comments,...
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Dow futures slump as election results tighten

U.S. stock-market future were mostly lower overnight, as votes of hundreds of millions of Americans were being tallied and the crucial race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden showed no signs of a clear victor. Stock investors were betting that a decisive win by Biden, who...
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US stock futures rise as Wall Street braces for long election night

New York / London (CNN Business) — US stock futures went on a rollercoaster ride during after-hours trading as investors dug in for a long election night. Dow (INDU)futures were up 0.4%, or 105 points, just after 12 a.m. ET Wednesday after swinging between gains and losses late Tuesday. S&P 500 (SPX) futures were up nearly 1.1%. Nasdaq (COMP) futures surged 2.6%.
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US stock futures rise following Election Day gains

New York (CNN Business) — US stock futures rose in after-hours trading Tuesday ahead as election night results trickled in. Dow (INDU)futures were up 207 points, or nearly 0.8%. S&P 500 (SPX) futures climbed 0.7% and Nasdaq (COMP) futures gained 0.5%. The futures rise follows strong gains for US stocks...
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Stock futures trade higher ahead of election, oil slides on COVID-19 lockdowns

U.S. stock futures gained momentum in early Monday morning trading after opening little changed as investors readied for what is considered the most-anticipated presidential election in history. STOCK FUTURES. Dow Futures were up 1.8%, while the S&P 500 gained 1.6% and the Nasdaq added 1.2%. This after U.S. equities posted...
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Stock futures fall led by tech shares

Gibbs Wealth Management President Erin Gibbs, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith, Kingsview Wealth Management CIO Scott Martin and tech expert Lance Ulanoff break down Big Tech earnings, including Amazon, Google parent Alphabet, Twitter and Facebook. U.S. equity futures are falling ahead of the final trading day of the week...
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Dow drops 700 points, on pace for its worst day since early September

Stocks fell sharply on Monday as coronavirus infections jumped and negotiations for a fiscal stimulus package before the election came down to the wire. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 707 points lower, or 2.5% and was on pace for its biggest one-day drop since Sept. 3. The S&P 500 slid 2.1% and the Nasdaq Composite dipped 1.7%.
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