字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント November the 4th is in the books. Here on Wall Street. Here's the New York Minute. It's been a quiet day on world markets with the non-farm payroll polls. It's going almost as unnoticed as the Fed meeting earlier this week . Now if you take a look at the under-employment rate, which is improved dramatically since its worst points. Or at average hourly earning now is growing as fast as they have done since the great financial crisis. You can see that, yes, things are improving as the Democrats to put it. But they're still pretty bad and could have improved much faster, as the Republicans would say. They don't affect the election and they don't affect the calculates for next Fed rate decision. When it comes to stock markets, you can see the FTSE developed markets index is now apparently 1% for the year. The S&P 500 is sold off 9 days in a roll, which is the first time that's happened since 1980. The Vix continues to spike, it's now higher than it was before the Brexit referendum. And the dollar continues to sell-off. Obviously, all concerned about the possibility of President Trump they would all probably sell off a bit more. If you want a recovery just a little bit, if he lost. And that's the New York Minute.