The main equity index in the United States fell on Monday (26), with the Deutsche Bank weighing in on the actions and financial investors preparing for the first debate between the candidates for the Presidency of the United States Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The index Dow Jones fell by 0,91%, ending the 18.094 points and the S&P 500 fell 0.86 percent, to 2.146 points. Already the Nasdaq Composite declined 0.91%, 5.257 points.
Big banks have led the fall, with investors concerned with the possibility that Deutsche Bank may come to need additional capital to pay$ 14 billion required by the U.S. government to shut down the complaints against the German bank by sale of misleading mortgage-backed securities.
the actions of The German bank are listed in the U.S. retreated 7,06% to the lowest level in the history, after the bank say that he did not need help from the German government, in response to the alert made by the German chancellor Angela Merkel that the bank should not expect any help.
The race for the White House until now has had little discernible effect on the feeling, but this may change if the clash this Monday indicate a winner of course.
With only six weeks to vote on 8 November, some investors see intense competition generating volatility in sectors such as health plans, and pharmaceutical industries.
“Wall Street favors Hillary at this point because she is known. Trump is a wild card,” said the chief executive of Longbow Asset Management, Jake Dollarhide. “But I don’t think it’s too late for Wall Street to become warm to Trump”.