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Trump presidency ends in chaos

What was feared just after the presidential election actually happened yesterday: Trump supporters invaded the Capitol to prevent Joe Biden’s victory from being certified by the Congress. The process was eventually only delayed for a few hours and moreover, Mr. Biden can now count on Senate support after the two remaining seats went to Democratic candidates. Despite the scenes of insurrection in Washington, financial markets welcomed prospects of stronger budgetary stimulus and growth, except the Nasdaq, as tech giants can fear stricter regulation. The USD touched new lows against the euro (1.2349).

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