Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Gigi Stone forecasts tomorrow's news, highlighting the big stories to be on the look for in the next trading day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Rewind." (Source: Bloomberg)
Republicans and Democrats used the Sunday talk shows to sharpen their attacks following the selection by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney of Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Treasuries rallied, sending 30-year bond yields to a 10-month low, as mixed economic signals bolstered haven demand before a jobs report tomorrow. U.S. stocks were little changed after a three-day rally.
Cole Smead, director of marketing at Smead Capital Management Inc., which manages $170 million and has stakes in Starbucks Corp., McDonald’s Corp. and Bank of New York Mellon Corp., comments on the impact of the U.S. presidential election on capital markets. He spoke in a telephone interview from Seattle.
TransCanada Corp.’s proposed $7.6 billion Keystone pipeline system, which would take crude from Alberta’s tar sands down through the Midwest and on to Texas and the Gulf Coast refineries, could be scuttled because of concerns about its potential impact on a major aquifer in Nebraska.