November 16 -- Analysts spent early November warning a Trump victory in the U.S. presidential election would make the Federal Reserve less likely to raise interest rates. What happened instead is that it made a December increase almost a certainty. Traders assign about a 94 percent probability, the highest level this year, to a Fed move at its final meeting for the year on Dec. 13-14, futures contracts indicate. Trump’s spending plans are driving speculation the Fed will pick up its pace of rate increases as inflation expectations climb. Societe Generale Global Head of Economics Michala Marcussen discusses with Anna Edwards and Yousef Gamel El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."