Energy seen getting biggest boost from Republican Senate

Voters cast ballots at a polling place in the Neptune Society's Columbarium on Election Day in San FranciscoBy Rodrigo Campos and Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK (Reuters) – While the Republican Party won’t assume its Senate majority until January, U.S. stock investors are already betting the new congressional makeup could lead to faster action on pipelines and trade agreements, sending energy shares higher on Wednesday. Wall Street rose broadly in its first session after midterm elections, but energy and medical device companies – two sectors that could see a more direct impact from legislative measures – had outsized moves. …

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