Susan Tompor: Presidential election uncertainty puts investors, 401(k) savers on edge

Wall Street woke up Wednesday to more political uncertainty, as the presidential election dragged into a second day and remains on track for a rancor-packed rollercoaster ride for weeks to come.The Dow Jones Industrial Average began trading in a relatively calm fashion early Wednesday when the stock index was up early in the day by 225.76 points or 0.82% to trade at 27,705.79 points. It was the third positive day in a row while vote counts continued.Shortly before 10:30 a.m., the Dow climbed higher and was up 2.32%, as the index gained 638.84 points to trade at 28,118.87 points, holding steady…

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