Why Clinton's Poll Lead Can't Guarantee Her Victory
European shares rebounded after their worst week since February as the Federal Bureau of Investigation reiterated its assertion that U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton didn’t break any laws in her handling of e-mails. The initial announcement provided a fillip to Donald Trump’s campaign for the White House at a time most polls showed Clinton well ahead. The race has since tightened, though the Democrat holds a 2.2 percentage-point lead, according to an average of polls by RealClearPolitics. Ipsos Mori CEO Ben Page discusses polling with Guy Johnson and Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."