US stocks opened mixed on Monday as investors got ready for the upcoming midterm elections.
The Nasdaq Composite Index fell 27.25 points, or 0.37 per cent, to 7,329.75.
US voters will head to the polls on Tuesday and the results of the country's midterm elections can send ripples throughout capital markets. Democrats are largely expected to regain control of the House while Republicans may maintain a grip on the Senate.
On the economic front, the ISM non-manufacturing index hit 60.3 per cent, higher than analysts' expectations.
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