A Game Plan for D.C. Gridlock
Wall Street could soon be eyeing some unfamiliar faces in Washington, D.C. In recent reports, Goldman Sachs and Prudential both say the odds favor Democratic gains in the Nov. 7 Congressional elections, possibly including a shift in leadership at the House of Representatives. While it's too early to count the Republicans out, it still might be a good time to prepare for the legislative alternative.
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