“While Republicans have also spoken supportively about infrastructure, funding remains a key issue,” he said in the report. “Particularly if Democrats take the presidency, we would expect a Republican Senate to recover its conservative fiscal focus.”
With no “blue wave” sweeping Democrats to unified control of Congress, the outlook for a big boost in infrastructure is fading, Jefferies analyst Philip Ngsaid in a separate report. That’s true whether President Donald Trump retains the White House or Democratic challenger Joe Biden ekes out a victory, with millions of ballots still to be counted in five key states.
Vulcan Materials, a supplier of building aggregates such as sand and gravel, dropped 6.9% to $139.84 at 11:37 a.m. in New York. Rival Martin Marietta slid 5.7% to $260.42. United Rentals, which provides construction and industrial equipment, declined 6.1% to $189.08. At their lowest for the session, all there were down the most intraday since March.
The polls were wrong…again. The media apparatus is not trusted by at least half of the population. The shy Republican is a very real phenomenon. Successive failures to come close to predicting the size of the unpopular party’s support should cause some introspection for the media organisations. It probably won’t because the media is more polarised than the politicians.Click HERE to subscribe to Fuller Treacy Money Back to top