National Elections have historically meant Volatility and strong one sided moves. While the pollsters were before the elections unanimous in entertaining that the result may be a split verdict, the markets themselves seemed to believe nothing of that sort as it trodded on as if nothing was amiss.
While markets of 2009 cannot be realistically compared with 2019, just the fact that Congress had a upper hand even though not even close to majority in the elections of 2009 triggered one of the strongest moves ever seen. This time around, markets have been insipid even though a government with the . . .