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    U.s. stock futures, dollar fall on rising concerns over trump

    2 Attachment(s) U.S. reveal futures and the dollar tumbled in Asian trade on Wednesday after reports President Donald Trump requested then-FBI Director James Comey to finish a probe in to Trump's former national-security advisor.

    The reports raised concerns over whether obstruction of justice charges might be laid against Trump, weakening confidence in the U.S. president's capacity to drive through an intense stimulus plan that traders had been banking on since his election last November.

    SP 50 mini futures ESc1, the planet most liquid stock futures, dropped 0.5% in early Asian trade.

    In almost any time-but the current, this is actually the sort of escalating scandal that will jolt financial markets. Congressional inquiries will begin and the agenda of the President will likely be halted, chief market strategist at Jones Trading, Mike O'Rourke, mentioned in a notice.

    Rising doubts about U.S. political leadership should gas further rotation in to Europe. This improvement should ultimately split the economic markets from the volatility vacuum, although the situation remains fluid, he added.

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS dropped 0.5% while Japan's Nikkei .N225 shed 0.4%.

    Worries about European poli

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    Gee, I wonder exactly what the proof is this has something to do with Trump. More phony news.

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    Yes they're falling. I 'm calling BS as cause why that is reuters. Reuters sucks as a news support that is biased.

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