Clinton Edges Trump in Latest Polls

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November 8 -- Gyrations in the $5.1 trillion foreign-exchange market waned and the dollar held its gain against the yen as opinion polls put Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump before U.S. voters cast their ballots in the presidential election. Clinton’s edge in the polls and the FBI statement have come as a relief to stock markets and reversed a flow to haven assets triggered by the agency’s announcement more than a week ago that it had reopened a probe into Clinton’s e-mail usage. Bloomberg's Michael McKee and Francine Lacqua join Gam Holding CEO Alexander Friedman and West Shore Group Chief Global Strategist James G Rickards on "Bloomberg Surveillance."