After shaking off the shock of Donald J. Trump's victory yesterday, markets have been recovering lost ground.
Investors bet on Mr. Trump's promises to increase government spending, cut taxes and ease financial regulations, and major markets ended Wednesday in the United States up more than 1 percent. That continued during Asian trading on Thursday, with the Nikkei 225 closing more than 6 percent higher.
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The Mexican peso, however, did not fare so well. After plunging more than 12 percent against the dollar, it pared some losses, but has not fully recovered.
Many are still reeling from the result, from America's political establishment to the thousands who protested overnight at several cities across the United States.
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