US election 2016: Markets down

World stock markets have plunged as a Donald Trump presidency looks increasingly likely. Japan's Nikkei slumped by 6 per cent. The Pound is up by a cent against the US dollar - but down against the Euro. Mexico's currency - Peso - plummeted by 13 per cent to a record low. The Dow Jones is down by 1.5 per cent while SMP has also dropped by 1.7 per cent Wednesday morning. Oil is down by 2 per cent while the price of gold has risen by a whopping $12 since voting began.

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