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September 27 is in the books on Wall Street and it has been a day characterized by the first presidential election debate held on Monday night
Equity derivatives markets trading after hours were the first to react, seeing some gains immediately after the debate
The S&P 500 followed suit, shrugging off declines in the price of oil
It might seem peculiar that markets are already beginning to react to election speak, but the expectation of volatility should Donald Trump triumph in November
means markets are reacting positively to any indication of strength for the Clinton campaign
Analysts point to the Mexican pesos, one way which markets have been expressing their view on the election
It strengthened today, suggesting that a win from Mrs. Clinton is more likely, and that Mr. Trump's policies on Mexican trade agreements will not get a chance to come to fruition
Bond markets also reacted positively with representative investment grade and junk bond exchange-traded funds, both have seen price increases
while the benchmark ten-year treasury yield, which was inversely to price, dips slightly for the day
The market moves are relatively calm this far out from the election, with the VIX volatility index remaining muted after Monday night
And that's in New York Minute


【金融時報】首波總統辯論對市場的影響 (Markets react to the first presidential debate)

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Chloe Tyan 發佈於 2016 年 9 月 29 日    Chloe Tyan 翻譯    Kristi Yang 審核
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