It's Election Day and market moves were volatile. Equities bounced back into the green after spending the morning lower. Statistics site FiveThirtyEight puts the odds of a Clinton win at 71%. U.S. job openings rose in September, another sign of a robust labor market. The JOLTs report also showed the quits rate unchanged at 2.1%. Layoffs declined to 1%. Priceline (PCLN) jumped after topping profit and sales estimates in its recent quarter. The online bookings company reported a 19% surge in revenue. Priceline also said it would slow down growth plans for its OpenTable business. Hertz (HTZ) suffered its worst one-day decline since going public after guiding for a weak full year. The car-rental company also reported a decline in third-quarter earnings on weakness in the U.S. market.
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