Republican Donald Trump has won the US presidential election. Hillary Clinton congratulated her rival on the victory and refused to speak to her supporters.
As Pravda.Ru has reported before, Trump's victory has greatly affected the state of affairs on world markets. During the last four hours, against the backdrop of the struggle between the presidential candidates, gold has risen in price by 4.5%, or $60. January futures for Brent oil fell by 2.2%.
According to The Financial Times, the Mexican peso has fallen to a record low against the US dollar, having lost 13.1%, to 20.69. The Swiss franc has gained 1.9% vs. the US dollar to 0.9577.
The Canadian dollar has declined to an eight-month low against the US currency. The Australian dollar has dropped by 1.9 percent to $0.7615. The pound sterling has gained 1.04 percent to $1.2513. The euro has climbed by 2.2 percent to $1.1261.
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