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>> 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.
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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.
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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.
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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%.