Political Gridlock Will be Good for Markets

Airtime: Tues. Nov. 2 2010 | 6:15 PM ET
A political gridlock is seen as a good thing for the equity markets, believe Alastair Newton, MD & senior political analyst at Nomura International and Frank Lavin, Former White House Political Director. They also tell CNBC’s Martin Soong that the Bush tax cut extensions will be an important factor in this election.