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Donald Trump’s presidency shatter world markets

The unexpected victory of Republican nominee Donald Trump resulted a sharp decline in the international stock markets. American stock market index S&P 500 futures slipped as much as 5% following news that Trump pulled ahead of Hillary. Japan’s Nikkei stock index was down about 5%,crude oil slumped more than 3%[Read More…]

Of all world leaders, Putin the happiest about Trump’s victory

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday congratulated Donald Trump on his victory in US elections. The Kremlin said that it hoped to work with him on improving relations between the two countries, reported AFP. Putin ‘expressed hope for mutual work on bringing US-Russia relations out of their critical condition as[Read More…]

Donald Trump is president-elect of the United States

Republican Donald Trump is the new President of the United States. Earlier, Republican nominee Donald Trump had gained a clear edge over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the fight for the swing states (states where both parties have similar levels of support) as polls close across most of the US.[Read More…]

Trump to raise trade barriers, religious freedom on India visit, say officials

US Election: Trump inches closer to victory

Republican nominee Donald Trump has gained a clear edge over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the fight for the swing states (states where both parties have similar levels of support) as polls close across most of the US. Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump needed 270 electoral votes out of a[Read More…]

US election 2016: Record turnout in early voting

As America moves to elect its 45th president, lines snaking out of the polling station and around the block have been the reality for voters on election day. Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump Jr said his father will concede the result if they are “legit and fair.” Trump has repeatedly called[Read More…]

US Elections 2016: Polls open in 9 states

Polling stations have opened as the first ballots are cast in the long-awaited election pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump. Voters in nine states – Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Vermont and Virginia – got first crack at electing the new president, with the rest[Read More…]

Donald Trump unfit to be commander-in-chief, says Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said her Democratic rival is not only unfit to be commander- in-chief but also a danger to America’s national security. Addressing a well-attended election rally in Kent in the battleground State of Ohio, Clinton said Trump cannot be trusted to command nuclear arsenal, alleging[Read More…]

Trump contrasts US economy with India; slams Obama

Republican candidate Donald Trump contrasted the economic growth of India with that of US and blamed President Barack Obama for the country’s slower economic rate. “They say it’s hard because we’re a large county. Well, India is a much larger country and they’re at 8 per cent,” Trump said Trump[Read More…]

US Presidential debate: Trump won’t commit to accept poll result

The third and final US presidential debate ended on Wednesday with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton facing each other in Las Vegas. Moderated by Fox News’ Chris Wallace, it covered several issues, including abortion, immigration and the relationship with Russia. Surprisingly, Donald Trump has been claiming for[Read More…]

Trump admits Obama born in US, falsely blames Hillary for rumours

Republican Donald Trump on Friday finally acknowledged that President Barack Obama was born in the United States but accused Hillary Clinton of starting the so-called birther controversy, a charge that independent fact-checking sites have said is false. “President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period,” said Trump, reversing[Read More…]

Kremlin denies interfering in the US Presidential Elections

Defending itself, the Russian government said it “never interferes in electoral processes in other countries, including the United States. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov called the allegations “absurd” and said, “Moscow scrupulously avoids any actions, any statements that could be interpreted as direct or indirect interference[Read More…]

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