Why Clinton is Likely to Constrain Market Volatility
Hillary Clinton declared herself the victor in the Democratic nomination race, becoming the first woman to run as the presidential candidate of a major U.S. political party, and immediately launched her general election campaign with an attack on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. In an address to supporters Tuesday night in Brooklyn, Clinton savored the historical moment and appealed to supporters of challenger Bernie Sanders. But she wasted no time in setting the tone and themes for her race against Trump, who an hour earlier took his own shots at Clinton and promised there were more to come. Rabobank Senior Foreign-Exchange Strategist Jane Foley discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards in London and Manus Cranny in Dubai on "Countdown."
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