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Topic - David Rothschild
General Motors is boosting its cash with $11 billion in new credit lines, a move that could mean the automaker is preparing to buy back its shares from the federal government dating back to the 2009 bailout.
Political-betting websites that allow wagers on Tuesday's election increasingly favor President Obama to be re-elected as the race — and the betting — head into their final hours.
"There’s a chance there are investors who are intentionally moving Intrade further toward Romney than the general population trader believes."
Mr. Rothschild warned this may be happening with the Intrade market in favor of Mr. Romney.