Why Dollar, Global Equities May Not Favour a Trump Win
Treasuries climbed, with benchmark 10-year notes rising for a second day, as a tightening U.S. presidential race drives up volatility across markets and spurs demand for the safest assets. A measure of currency fluctuations was at a six-week high, after price swings in the bond market climbed to the most in almost two months ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Democratic contender Hillary Clinton has seen her odds of a victory over Republican candidate Donald Trump shrink after the Federal Bureau of Investigation reopened a probe into an unauthorized e-mail server. Former Bank of England MPC member Kate Barker discusses with Guy Johnson in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."