Markets after the first presidential debate Trump VS Biden

Yesterday ended the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former US Vice President Joe Biden. Even the moderator of the debate, Chris Wallace, could not agitate the candidates to maintain a good tone and follow the prepared topics for discussion, such as the absence of a Supreme Court judge, health care and the government’s response to Covid 19.

Biden He described Trump as “the worst president America has ever had” and criticized his ways of dealing with the pandemic, the housekeeper, global warming and other important things. Biden attacked Trump for saying that the president has no plan to replace the Affortable Care Act to help the population and thus start opening businesses and schools. However, Trump did not accept the criticism and directly stated that under Biden’s rule the situation would have been much worse.

Financiers and economists who evaluated the debate and its effect said that futures responded in real time. Investors are skeptical of the outcome of the debate, so this was the only chance for candidates to “turn” to the people and the markets, as Americans cannot vote in early elections, much less mail in the last few years. is very weak.

The debate was characterized as “complete chaos” by all commentators and generally by all who watched it. The candidates repeatedly interrupted each other and exchanged insults and attacks. Such profanity left viewers completely speechless, and markets reacted negatively. The president then announced that the goal of his campaign to make the debate scandalous had been achieved and that he himself had performed very well. Biden was also not moderate after Trump interrupted him constantly. He repeatedly called the president a “clown” and a “racist” and told him to shut up. All professionalism was abandoned last night, and this was reflected in the decline in US futures and many currencies.

 Junior Trader Kameliya Ivanova

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