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Here’s how top fund managers see the market ahead of the U.S. election


Investors worldwide are racing to understand what the looming U.S. presidential election will mean for their portfolios, while also juggling a concoction of factors and risks in the meantime.

The recent technology-driven rally, which helped Apple

briefly gain a market value of more than $2 trillion for the first time and the S&P 500

and Nasdaq

hit record highs, has abated in recent days. Ahead of November’s election, investors are trying to work out which sectors will profit – or lose – depending on whether President Donald Trump wins another term or hands the…


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