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The most expensive midterm campaign in U.S. history raced to a finish ahead of Tuesday’s elections, as both sides braced for a possible split decision that would hand the House to Democrats and leave Republicans holding onto or expanding their Senate majority. Let's see what tomorrow brings. Hopefully, it won't be a cyber attack

Here are today's top stories

Bloomberg News will, of course, be mapping the results of the midterms in real-time. These are the races to watch and how to follow them.

Apple fell sharply on Monday following a report that the company was canceling a production boost for its budget iPhone XR line.

Steve Eisman, of "The Big Short" fame, is shorting two U.K. banks over expectations the country will leave the EU without a deal.

Fast-food chains are no longer recruiting in high schools. Why? Because senior citizens are replacing teens behind the fryer. 

There's a $6 trillion barrier holding electric cars back, Anjani Trivedi writes in Bloomberg Opinion.

On the debut episode of Prognosis, a Bloomberg podcast about people living on the edge of medical innovation: A group of DIY-ers have successfully hacked together a pump, glucose monitor and smartphone to simulate a functioning pancreas.

What's Joe Weisenthal thinking about? The Bloomberg news director is watching markets around the world slip a bit in the wake of Xi Jinping's speech at a Shanghai Trade Fair, in which he did not offer much in the way of conciliation towards the U.S.

What you'll need to know tomorrow

What you'll want to read tonight

Democrats are counting on a "blue wave" to sweep them into power in the House and Senate in Tuesday’s elections. But a historic headwind could make that more challenging: Some of the demographic groups with the highest levels of support for Democrats tend to turn out to vote in lower numbers in midterm elections.

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