By Patrick Kulp
Wall Street traders watched with bated breath Tuesday night as the United States underwent one of the biggest political upsets in its history.
They spent the ensuing hours trying to puzzle together how Donald Trump’s often-erratic campaign tactics and policy pronouncements might shape the markets.
As for the U.S. stock market as a whole, Wall Street seemed to be feeling optimistic Wednesday afternoon despite an initial plunge in global indices caused by news of Trump’s impending victory the previous night. The Dow Jones Industrial average closed at 250 points Wednesday afternoon, its highest finish since August. Read more…
Source: Mashable Business