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Investors got pretty much what they were expecting on Election Day.

Political pundits, pollsters and investment banks mostly agreed that Democrats would probably win the House of Representatives and that Republicans would keep control the Senate following the US midterm elections Tuesday.

That’s what happened. The split party control in Washington means America’s fiscal, trade and regulatory policies are likely to remain largely on the same trajectory.

Before the election, Morgan Stanley argued that a Democratic takeover of both the House and the Senate would hurt pharmaceutical companies because of a potential crackdown on drug prices. Still, the firm added that a divided Congress would be “neutral” for the market overall.

Darius Dale, senior macro analyst for Hedgeye Risk Management, and Tina Fordham, chief global political analyst for Citi Research will join CNN International anchor and correspondent Julia Chatterley on “Markets Now” on Wednesday to discuss in detail what the results mean for investors.

"Markets Now" streams live from the New York Stock Exchange every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. ET.
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CNN’s Matt Egan and Jordan Valinsky contributed to this report.