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Unofficial election results indicate that Hillary Clinton got 5 million fewer votes than Obama did eight years ago, the voter turnout in this election was lower than the previous two.
The S&P 500 is currently trading at about 17.5 times forward twelve-month earnings, above the 10-year median of nearly 15 times.
The ECB said that it would extend its bond-purchase program by nine months to the end of 2017, but reduce its monthly purchase volume to €60 billion from €80 billion ($86.2 billion) as of April.
The S&P 500 retreated Wednesday as a slide in health-care stocks dragged indexes lower. Italian lenders continued to drive market focus after Sunday’s referendum.
U.S. crude oil declined 2.5% from a 16-month to $50.51 a barrel after it settled Monday at its highest level since July 2015.
Investors appeared to largely shrug off the resignation of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi following a defeat in a referendum for constitutional reforms on Sunday.
A forthcoming referendum in Italy and concerns about the pace of Wall Street’s rally help to make investors cautious.
Crude continues climbing after OPEC agrees to cut oil production.
Investors expect the market to benefit from Trump’s policies, including higher spending on infrastructure and simpler regulations in the healthcare and banking industries.