Today world global markets moved to a sharp sell-off as longs got liquidated amid unexpected results of US  presidential elections. 

Yesterday global markets have moved to active rally, as positions of the Democratic Party candidate has strengthened and markets are pretty sure in the victory of more predictable presidential candidate.

On the last day of the previous week, global markets remained under pressure amid risks connected to the outcome of the upcoming elections in the United States. 

On Thursday, US stock indices closed in the red, amid mixed economic data and growing uncertainty of the election during last days. A number of economic reports, including unemployment benefits claims

Yesterday, the global stock markets decline dramatically increased. European markets were under pressure due to European currency gains and oil market loss. Obviously, US presidential elections risks in now have an impact not only on the US but also in Europe

Yesterday global stock markets increased losses. Europe declined amid lower oil prices and European currency gains. (DAX -1,3%, CAC - 0,86%, FTSE -0,53%)

Yesterday American markets continued sluggish decline. Decline was insignificant and triggered by strong statistics on consumer spending. Steady growth in consumer spending is the kind of driving force of the economy

On Friday, the developed countries markets closed in the negative territory. European exchanhews were down due to profit-taking and a general deterioration in market sentiment at the end of the week.

Yesterday, European stock markets have moved to moderate gains in the second part of trading session amid Deutsche Bank positive reports, as well as some commodity markets gains triggered by local US currency weakness.

Yesterday, the stock indices decline continued at a moderate pace. The current week might be characterized by a decrease in the quality of corporate reports, notably in Europe.