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Markets in turmoil after Trump’s victory

US stocks set to open lower on surprise Trump victory

Futures for S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average tumbled as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump secured a lead in the Electoral College over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Markets were pricing a victory for Hillary Clinton after FBI announced on Sunday it would not bring criminal charges against the Democratic candidate for her use of unsecured email server. Investors clearly underestimated the strong voter support for Trump. Analysts were critical of his protectionist and populist policy stance, pointing the potential harm such policies could have for US and global economy. However, Trump won the majority of electoral votes and US stock markets are set to open lower, with strong demand boosting prices of safe haven assets. The dollar is currently retracing after plunging as Donald Trump pulled ahead of Clinton. The live dollar index data show the ICE US Dollar index, a measure of the dollar’s strength against a basket of six rival currencies, is down 0.6% at 97.28. The Dow Jones industrial average futures are down 1.6% at 17993.0 after the blue chip index closed 0.4% higher at 18332.43 on election day.

European stocks fall as Trump wins

European stocks jare sharply down on Republican nominee Trump’s victory in US elections. Both the euro and British Pound jumped against the dollar today. The Stoxx Europe 600 index plunged 4.9% today. The DAX 30 lost 1.7% with the German blue chip index gaining modest 0.2% to 10482.32 on Tuesday. France’s CAC 40 is off 1.7%. UK’s FTSE 100 is 0.8% lower while it outperformed yesterday gaining 0.5% to 6843.13. Today no important economic data are expected in euro-zone.

Asian stocks fall on Trump policy uncertainties

Asian stocks plunged today after it became clear Trump was winning the presidential race. Nikkei dropped 5.4% to 16251.54 with yen up 1.8% against the dollar. The exporters were the biggest losers as investors worried about prospects of international trade on the background of protectionist stance adopted by Trump during election campaign. Toyota shares plunged 6.5% and Honda sank 7.8%. The Shanghai Composite Index is 0.6% lower and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index is down 2.3%. Australia’s All Ordinaries Index fell 1.9% with Australian dollar slumping 1.3% against the dollar. Today at 21:00 CET Reserve Bank of New Zealand Rate Decision will be released, after dollar’s plunge and Trump’s victory chances increased the central bank will cut interest rates 0.25 percentage point to 1.75%.

Oil prices retreat on US inventory build and global growth uncertainty

Oil futures prices are extending losses today after Trump's victory in the presidential race for the White House added uncertainty in global investment prospects. Prices fell yesterday also following the American Petroleum Institute industry group report late Tuesday the US inventories rose by 4.4 million barrels last week. January Brent crude slipped 0.2% to $46.04 a barrel on London’s ICE Futures exchange on Tuesday. Today at 16:30 CET Crude Oil Inventories will be released by the Energy Information Administration.

Wednesday, 09 Nov, 2016 / 11:14

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