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The booming stock market dropped hundreds of points in one day. Analysts say it’s because the market likes predictability and may not believe in Trump for the long term. Will that cause him to change? This hours guest: Dr. Peter Ricchiuti - Professor @ A.B. Freeman School of Business @ Tulane University
1142, up from its previous close of $1.1020. ___ 1:00 a.m. Shares are mostly higher in Tokyo and other Asian markets as U.S. polls begin to close in the culmination of a highly charged presidential race. Japan's Nikkei 225 index
Western battlegrounds to hold off Trump, where votes were still being counted. The uncertainty sent Dow futures and Asian markets tumbling, reflecting investor concern over what a Trump presidency might mean for the economy and trade. As Clinton
percent. Britain's FTSE 100 rose 3.1 percent. In Asia, Japan's main stock index fell sharply, leading other Asian markets lower. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 plunged 4.8 percent after earlier sinking as much as 5.3 percent. Hong Kong's Hang
highest level since 1987. "And, that's due to a dwindling number of cattle and growing export demands from the Asian markets ," says Wendy Waren, with the Louisiana Restaurant Association. "That's tightened supply and caused the average
honestly there wasn't any news of any substance. We always collect whatever crumbs we can find and point to them." Asian markets started Thursday's drop. Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 1.3 percent. The main stock indexes in South Korea and India
official bear market territory after one of the worst days on Wall Street since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Asian markets briefly recouped many earlier losses and European stocks opened higher. That rally proved short-lived, as investors