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The US Election is finally here, despite months of back and forth vitriol, rhetoric, speculation, and developments. By the market opening tomorrow (pending some unexpected ‘suspense’), financial markets will know who the next president of the United States will be, alleviating a groundswell of risk averse pressure in recent weeks.
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Earlier this week, financial markets already showed signs of pricing in a Hillary Clinton victory – this was of course boosted by revelations over the weekend from FBI Director James Comey, following his decision to ... (read more)