The Trump Effect (Stocks Up, Bond Yields Up) 1 month after Election

December 8th, 2016


If you Google The Trump Effect you will see many things that have nothing to do with the financial markets.  The Trump Effect creates a lot of different emotions, some good, some not so good.  The only thing he is not is predictible or boring.    

The election was November 8th, 2016 and no one thought that Donald Trump would be elected. The experts predicted that a Trump Election would be a disaster for stocks. In the short term they were wrong, as for the long term only time will tell.  Below are some significant indexes that show larger than normal changes in the market. Feel free to click the archived links on this site to see daily rate sheets and news. 

Trump EffectElection Dayone month laterDifferencePercent Change
S&P 5002139.562246.19106.634.98%
10 - year Treasury1.8570%2.4090%0.5520%29.73%
3.5% MBS Price $104.91102.62-2.29-2.18%
30 Yr FXD natl Avg3.54%4.13%0.59%16.67%
NBC 30 fxd3.5% (APR 3.583%)4.0% (APR 4.087%)0.50%0.14%
WTI Crud Oil$/bbl44.6150.826.2113.92%
1-Year Libor1.56%1.6451%0.0861%5.52%
Fed Funds-targ:0.50%0.50%0.00%0.00%
Gold - Spot1,275.701170.9-104.80-8.22%
CPI Rate chg0.30%0.40%0.10%33.33%


Below is an interesting article on the information above.

Dow zooms over 1,200 points since Trump victory


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