Monday, November 7, 2016

Sharply up on the exchanges – after the FBI’s new information – Aftonbladet

NEW YORK city. Investors hope that Hillary Clinton victorious from the battle for the White house.

the Day after the news that the FBI has not found anything illegal in the new Clinton-the e-mails took the US stock exchanges a substantial jump for joy.

On Sunday, FBI director James Comey that his agents have gone through the e-mails found on the former toppolitikern Anthony Weiners computer. The agency’s conclusion was that there is nothing in them which justifies a prosecution against Hillary Clinton.

the News was no doubt a relief for the presidential candidate. But it also got the stock markets to exhale.

Up everywhere

U.S. stock markets took a jump for joy on Monday. Industriindexet the Dow Jones was up 2.1 per cent when trading closed. The broader index S&P 500 rose by 2.2 per cent. Nasdaq’s kompositindexet gassed with the whole 2.4 per cent.

Thus marked on Monday, the end of a long line of dismal trading days. After the marketplaces closed on Friday it was the ninth day in a row with angry red numbers. It is the longest continuous period with minus-commerce in 35 years.

"the Uncertainty has been reduced"

Analysts link the gloomy stock market with Donald Trump moved ahead in public opinion. After Sunday’s FBI notice is deemed to Hillary Clinton’s chances have increased, and it appreciates the markets.

"the Uncertainty over the outcome of the US elections have decreased somewhat after the news that the FBI has courted Clinton from all suspicion of wrong-doing in the mejlaffären. Possibly, it has taken away the wind from the Trump campaign’s sails at the last second," writes the canadian Scotiabank in a kundmeddelade, according to CBS.

on the stockholm stock exchange was the happy faces on Monday. The index OMXSPI was up 1.6 per cent at the closing. SEE ALSO PLUS So will be your finances – if Trump wins


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