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The stock market dipped after the FBI announced it was investigating new Clinton emails



There could be plenty of political fallout over the FBI's announcement that they're investigating new emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server. 

However, not many would think the stock market would take a hit. But it did. 

After the FBI notified Congress of their new probe, the Dow Jones Industrial average lost 60 points earlier this afternoon, the Standard & Poor's 500 index dropped 11 points, and the Nasdaq slipped 26 points, reports CBS News

The market has recovered, but political uncertainty before the election, especially regarding the Democratic candidate, means the market will drop. 

Bond prices remained unchanged and the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was steady at 1.85 percent. 

Some online pointed out that the state of Clinton's campaign plays havoc with the market.

Many also noted that the market starts to waver at the prospect of President Trump. 

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