US political gridlock frees up equity markets
The eventful US mid-term elections have unlocked primary equity markets, with large block trades emerging after Tuesday’s vote. With the US political dynamic transformed, following the Democrats taking the House of Representatives, market practitioners are hoping the prospect of political gridlock in Washington will calm markets and make for better issuance conditions between now and the end of the year. Sam Kerr reports.
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