Investors look to Super Tuesday for election clarity

|By:, SA News Editor

The political brawl for the White House has weighed on stocks in 2016, amid high levels of uncertainty over which candidate will win their party's nomination and the potential impact their policies would have on the markets and economy.

But there's a chance Wall Street might get some clarity after Super Tuesday if front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump emerge from the remaining ranks of Democratic and Republican hopefuls following closely watched votes across a dozen U.S. states.

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