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Market Week Podcast - All eyes on the US election and earnings season results

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson - Investment Director

In this week’s market update: The last days before a watershed US Presidential election; earnings season serves up a torrent of big company results; and the first sign of whether the US economy bounced back in the third quarter.

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