US stockmarkets rallied following Donald Trump's surprise victory in the 2016 US Presidential Election, with the Dow Jones surging to a near-record high as financials and biotech stocks were buoyed by the news.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed 1.1% higher, at 2,163 and 5,251 respectively, while the Dow Jones soared 1.4% to close at 18,589, having reached a record high during intra-day trading. The gains came...
Partner Insight: James Bateman, chief investment officer for Multi Asset at Fidelity International, argues investors need to ensure they are protected against negative market movements following February's pull-back.
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