- The wild ride of election night saw the Dow swing by more than 1,100 points from trough to peak. Will nothing derail this market? Markets recover as the shock of a Donald Trump presidency sinks in.
- The Fed might have yet another excuse for doing nothing now that there's a Trump administration to worry about. Fed is suddenly uncertain about December.
- Big oil is gushing over the election results. Expecting a lot less red tape.
- It's too early to know if all those celebs who promised to leave the country when Donald Trump is elected will actually keep their word, but a lot of folks have been checking out Canada recently. Traffic overload on election night crashed Canada's immigration website.
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