Markets lean more toward Clinton win after Trump video

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is reflected in a mirror as he meets with hispanic business leaders during a campaign stop in Las VegasBy Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) – The controversy over Republican candidate Donald Trump’s vulgar comments about women has increased U.S. financial markets’ expectations that his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton will win the White House and give a boost to securities. In a video released on Friday, Trump is heard talking on an open microphone in 2005 about groping females and trying to seduce a married woman. The video was taped only months after Trump married his third wife, Melania.

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