It has been reported on Monday that international stock markets has risen. With the Dow Jones industrial average increased by 371.32 points, this has suggested positive news for Clinton following the FBI email investigation.
According to an article on CBC, “Investors have been anxious in recent weeks over signs that the presidential race was tightening. Stock markets hate instability, and a Clinton presidency is being interpreted as a continuation of the status quo.”
CBC also reported that “A broader market index, the S&P 500, ended Friday on its longest losing streak since 1980 — nine days in a row — on fears that Republican candidate Donald Trump may ascend to the White House.” There was confidence on Monday as the market with the S&P reaching 46.34 points, to 2,131.52
Phil Blancato, CEO of Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management has stated that “This is not a rational market. This is a reaction to less uncertainty,” “In those kinds of markets, people are jumping into stocks that they think are cheap. And what are the cheapest right now? Financials and health care.”
For Toronto’s stock market, the S&P/TSX composite index is rising by 143.20 points to just over 14,652.45.
Gold has lost $25.10 US an ounce to hit $1,279.40 US an ounce.
The December contract for light sweet crude dipped by 82 cents, closing at $44.89 US a barrel.
The Canadian dollar rose by 0.17 of a cent to finish at 74.78 cents US.