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News Date: 7/11/2016 20:18:52
Update Date: 8/11/2016 02:04:10
 

Hours before separating American voters to cast their ballots, and in the last survey, which conducted by Reuters news agency under the name of (States of the Nation  Project); According to survey the progress of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton on the Republican counterpart Donald Trump by nearly 90%, as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton progressing by 45 percent compared to 42 percent in the popular vote, and is on her way to collect 303 electoral votes compared to 235 votes for Trump, which means she will exceed the number needed to win (270) votes.

 

 

And Clinton leading in Pennsylvania narrowly reached three percentage points, which limits Trump's opportunities in his performance in the states of Florida and Michigan, North Carolina, Ouhai, which should receive most of their voices so that he can progress on the Secretary of State Clinton, and any loss of Trump in two of the states of Florida and Michigan and Pennsylvania would mean Clinton win the presidency.

 

 

In the same context, the FBI said on Sunday it would not bring charges against Clinton on the use of a special e-mail server, which would diminish the chances of winning the Republican candidate Donald Trump, who in his positions, foreign trade and immigration policy sparks the concern of the markets.

 

 

This and global markets awaiting the result of the elections and what will result in a new economic climate in the United States as the first economy in the world, and on impact oil prices closed up more than one percent on Monday, supported by news of not to press charges for Democratic candidate for the US presidential election, Hillary Clinton about her e-mail.

 

US stocks also rose on the eve of the presidential election in the United States, with boosted chances of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton win, and the Dow Jones index rose 371.32 points, or about 2.08 percent to 18,259.6 points and the S & P 500 index rose by 46.3 points or 2.22 percent to 2131.48 points, and the Nasdaq Composite index rose 119.80 points or 2.37 percent to 5166.17 points

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