A new survey of dozens of top Wall Street insiders reveals mixed feelings about the next four years.
"The stock market is not the economy," the progressive senator from Vermont tweeted.
U.S. futures swung wildly as no clear winner had emerged and prospects of a contested election increased.
The swing state is a magnet for retirees, drawn by the warm weather and lower taxes.
Future contracts for the Dow Jones rose 79 points, while the futures for the S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite edged higher into positive territory.
Since the stock market crash in March, investor confidence has seemingly returned to the market, despite continued gloomy economic warnings elsewhere.
The Dow Jones is set to record its worst quarter in more than 30 years as the U.S. economy slows down amid the coronavirus pandemic, marking a dramatic drop and stark contrast to analysts' and President Donald Trump's predictions at the start of 2020 that "the best is yet to come."
Hopes are now pinned on fiscal policy to soften the blow of a deep recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dow Jones, S&P and Nasdaq correction reflects investors re-assessing the potential economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
The president made the remarks after the Dow Jones fell by 623 points Friday, a drop sparked by Trump tweets from earlier in the day.
"You can only ride the #StolenGlory of President Obama's recovery for so long before your own disastrous policies destroy it all," Charles M. Blow tweeted.
U.S. stocks headed into the festive season on the back of a four-session losing streak.
Banking strategists said U.S. stocks were heading into deep bear market territory as the S&P 500 and Dow Jones both continued a more than 20 percent descent from recent record highs.
"It's time somebody stood up to them and Donald Trump is the perfect guy," Bannon said of China and the trade war.
The Dow Jones rebounded after a harsh drop following Trump Jr.'s Twitter confirmation of a meeting predicated on the promise of information damaging to Hillary Clinton.
Don't panic, but your 401k may depend on Beijing's monetary policy.
Global stocks plunged on Monday, with the Dow making its worst start to a year since 2008.
Upbeat results from Apple could give the market a boost on Wednesday.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.47 percent to 16,284.7.
The Nasdaq composite and S&P 500 both dropped more than 2 percent.
Major indexes fell almost 3 percent.
China's manufacturing sector shrank at its fastest pace in three years.
In August, the S&P lost 6.3 percent, the Dow fell 6.6 percent and the Nasdaq declined 6.9 percent.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 312.94 points to 15,979.38.