Unlike during the first two showdowns between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, traders snoozed during the third presidential debate.
Here’s the scoreboard:
S&P 500 futures are up by 0.15% at 2,141.25 The 10-year Treasury yields are down by -0.003 to 1.748%The Mexican peso, which has become considered to be something of a gauge on Trump’s prospects in the campaign, drifted between little changed to down by 0.2%. However, it spiked at the end of the debate.
This was a contrast from the first debate after which S&P 500 futures rose just over 16 points over the course of the debate. Moreover, the Mexican peso went wild then, which many had interpreted as a sign that investors scored the debate as a win for Hillary Clinton.