>> Wall Street seeing it's biggest two-day rally since the rebound from Brexit debacle back in June.>> I'm Conway Gittens in New York. The Dow is in rally mode. Blue chips now winning back all of the losses suffered during that nine-day sell-off, which was Wall Street's longest losing streak since the 1980s.
The broader market not too far behind.>> A tepid start to the trading day Tuesday giving way to some volatility as traders watch incoming data on one of the most contentious battles for the White House ever. Real-time tracking firm VoteCastr favoring Hillary Clinton according to their compilation of early voting and exit polls.
But this is the first time VoteCastr is being used by media companies as a predictor. And it's data, as with any early polling, should be looked at with a skeptical eye. One only has to look back to Britain's decision to leave the European Union back in June. A vote that caught most by surprise given the polls leading up to the vote signaled Britain would vote against Brexit.
A Clinton win is overly favored by Wall Street. She is seen as a cool and steady hand, while Trump is seen as erratic and a wild card. Some market watchers say a Clinton win would please the market sending it up between 3 to 5%, but a Trump surprise could cause a stock market slump of about 10%.