Wall Street Reacts to Anticipated Democrat Victory
US Democratic Senate candidate, Raphael Warnock, has been projected to win the first of two closely contested Senate races in Georgia.
Joe Biden’s control of the Senate, and with it the ability to govern with less opposition, for the next two years still depends on the result of the second race. However, the financial markets appear to be anticipating a Democratic majority.
The Democrats already hold a thin majority in the House of Representatives and if they were to do so in the Senate as well, a larger financial stimulus would be expected along with possible increases in tax and corporate regulation.
This expectation has been reflected in the markets, with NASDAQ100 CFDs down around 2% at the time of writing and 10-year US Treasury bond yields above 1% for the first time since March.
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