Speaking for the first time since her concession speech to President-elect Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has said that the days following her shocking defeat in presidential polls have been "very, very tough" for her. Trump's opinion of the protesters appeared to shift overnight. "When you are ready, I hope you will get up and back in there and keep fighting", she told her supporters.
The Nasdaq composite lost 24 points, or 0.5 percent, to 5,184. Some traders were also away from their desks due to the Veterans Day holiday, as banks and the bond markets were closed on the day. On the Nasdaq, 1,606 issues rose and 1,022 fell.The S&P 500 index showed 22 new 52-week highs and six new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 206 new highs and 25 new lows.
At many places, public were frustrated and disappointed that they could not even withdraw the Rs 2,000 cash allowed despite standing for long hours in front of ATMs. A senior official with a nationalised bank said that cash, in the denominations of Rs. 100 and below, was in good supply since Wednesday and there was no problem.
And I'm confident that Donald Trump feels the same way". "That's not what we're focused on. That's what we're focused on", Ryan said. On the former, Ryan insisted, "that is not what our focus is" when it comes to immigration reform - rather, securing the border is.
Major U.S. stock indexes are mostly lower at midday, except for the Dow Jones industrial average, which is extending post-election gains into a second day. Bond prices continued to fall. Futures on the S&P 500 Index traded firmly higher in pre-market activity, leading to a positive start to NY trading.
She won 80 per cent of their vote, but 13 per cent went for Trump , according to an exit poll conducted by CBS News. He says they are all "forged into common service". President Obama and Trump met alone in the Oval Office for 90 minutes on Thursday. Vice President-elect Mike Pence will also meet with Vice President Joe Biden later in the day.