Wall Street is heavily invested in a Clinton victory.While I doubt any Bernie Bros read this feature, that seems worthy of note.
Securities and investment firms have poured nearly $65 million into her campaign coffers, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Goldman Sachs employees have donated $284,816 to Clinton and just $3,641 to Trump, who has received $716,407 from Wall Street.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Burying the lede
Tacked on to the very end of a CNBC story about the presidential race, in which we are assured that no, this election won't be a Brexit: