Markets Await the Voters' Verdict

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The election goes on. And on. And on.

Until the recounts and the legal challenges are resolved, we still don't know whether George Bush or Al Gore will get Florida's 25 electoral votes, and with them the presidency.

What does this uncertainty mean for the markets and your portfolio? We explore that in today's coverage.

Change in Oval Office Doesn't Have to Mean Change in Your Portfolio

Cramer: Fuzzy Implications

Seymour: Bush or Gore? Who'd Be Better for the Market?

Cramer: A Bush Win May Mean Bad-News Bonds

While Pundits Fret, Has the Market Already Priced In This Election?

The Election's Over -- Now Who Won?

On the Street, Blessed Be Gridlock

Hail to Big Pharma If Bush Has Really Won, Experts Say

Election Delay Keeps Drug Stock Options Pricey

Bank Stocks Slide Amid Electoral Uncertainty

Retailers Rally, Even as Election Fails to Answer Sector's Questions

Dollar Remains Firm in Face of U.S. Electoral Uncertainty

Bond Market Braces For Election Outcome

Meehan: Will It Make A Difference Who Wins? I Doubt It