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The Capital Markets Of The World Was Hit By The Negative Sentiment Of U.S. Public General Elections

Jakarta (Benchmark News) – The price of shares in the various Asian stock exchange, this Thursday, experiencing the pressure everywhere due to the lack of clarity about who would win the public general election the United States will soon be determined next week.

Due to the lack of clarity of these investors to move capital portfolio to the yen and gold as security capital.

Stay a few more days United States general election November 8, Donald Trump suddenly overtake Hillary Clinton who became a favorite of stock markets of the world.

Former U.S. Secretary of State is considered by most investors as a more secure and stable than Trump that does not benefit them. But recent developments showing the Trump lead polls creating market participants put up a position selling.

“Step pressing risk will continue,” said Chris Weston from IG Ltd., Melbourne AFP was quoted as saying. Until 02.00 GMT or 09.00 GMT, some stock indexes and the value of the rate down or ride a thin, include:

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng dropped 0.1% at 22,777.84 points

The Shanghai index rose slim 0.2% at 3,107.48 points

Euro/us dollar: rising on US $1,1104 from US $1,1095

Dollar/yen: down on 103.20 yen from 103.42 yen

Pound/dollar: rising on US $1,2321 from US $1,2290.

West Texas Intermediate oil rose 50 cents at US $45,84 per barrel.

Brent North Sea oil rose 58 cents at US $47,44 per barrel.

Dow index: Jones New York, 0.4%, down at 17,959.64 points.

The London FTSE 100 index down 1.0% at 6,845.42 points….(Red)

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