New York — For weeks, US financial markets had been pricing in the possibility of a large fiscal stimulus package to get the world’s largest economy through the coronavirus pandemic. Those hopes were mostly dashed last week as it became clear that while Joe Biden would become the next president, Republicans would likely retain the majority in the Senate.

The only thing better in the eyes of investors, it turns out, is clear progress towards controlling Covid-19...

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