The Week on Wall Street soared in anticipation of a split Congress. Throughout the election week, stocks rallied coming off of a poor close of October as many Americans went to the polls. Unemployment rates saw a full percentage point decrease to end the week.
Stocks were sent lower as there is still no agreement on a fiscal stimulus bill from Washington D.C. COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S. and Europe. Most have looked to jobless claims as a sign of economic recovery, so good news came when jobless claims reflected less than what was expected after weeks of 800,000+ claims.
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