A GUIDEPOST REPORT
There’s probably no place on earth that’s not talking about the presidential election in the United States on 8 November 2016. Which is understandable. There’s probably no place on earth that directly or indirectly will not be affected by that election.
Like almost every country on earth, Spain feels passionately about the event. In fact with the amount of news and blogs, print or digital, audio or video, we’re getting here about it, you’d think we’re not only intimately affected by the process; we need all that information because we’re going to the polls on Tuesday!
There are tons of stuff like the following (and these are the mild ones):
Los mercados reaccionan positivamente a la decisión del FBI de cerrar el caso de los emails de la candidata demócrata, que había pesado en su contra e impulsado a Trump.
“The Ibex 35 Stock Index Went Up 1.5% after the Case of the Hillary Clinton Emails was Shelved”
The stock markets in Spain responded positively to the decision of the FBI to exonerate Hilary Clinton of criminal wrongdoing in the controversial case of her emails which had been brought against her with Trump’s encouragement.
Featured image by Rachel/Flickr, CC BY-ND2.0
Employment chart, US Bureau of Labor Statistic, PD
Madrid Stock Market/Carlos Delgado CC BY-SA3.0
Ballot box/Chris Brooks/Flickr, CC BY-ND2.0
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