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It’s been a wild year so far with the pandemic, and now a presidential election is just a few weeks away. Between election news, earnings season, and hopes for a vaccine, October seems to promise plenty of action. And volatility.
Investors see volatility rising in September as election approaches, meaning the market might start to feel the impact.
Political battles might loom large in August as stimulus and elections start to enter the picture.
July is another possible crossroads for the major indices, bringing a fresh round of earnings, worries about virus caseloads in parts of the country, and questions about whether government stimulus will stick around.
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