Many people the world over jubilated while others were disappointed, in light of the relationship they had with the past government.
Notwithstanding, the global market have also rallied in light of the announcement that Joe Biden has won the US political elections.
The end of uncertainty about the race’s outcome saw London’s FTSE 100 ascent 1.5% to 5,994.58 points in early trade, with similar gains seen across Europe.
In China, the primary shares benchmark – the Shanghai Composite – rose nearly 2% on Monday ninth November, as investors saw the Biden win as very positive for trade and tech strategy.
For China, their market is taking the Biden win as a positive news, as they expect him not to battle them with another trade issues. The possibility for another tech war is likewise floating lower.
Then again, Asian shares also hopped, with Japan’s Nikkei 225 climbing 2.1% to 24,839.84 – it’s most significant level since 1991.
There were comparative increases in Australia, China and Hong Kong while oil and currency market additionally climbed.
On the flip side, solid profit from Japanese vehicle makers, for example, Toyota were credited for the additions close by the Mr Biden’s win.
Nonetheless, it was not too ruddy for Japan Airlines, as it saw its shares sink subsequent to expressing it would raise as much as 168bn yen (£1.2bn) by offering new shares to help its finances during the Covid emergency.
In fact, several organizations are currently taking a gander at how Joe Biden’s policies will be enacted to favour them in diverse areas.
There will be an eye on Mr Biden, regarding how he will transform US trade relations with many other nations, particularly when he (Mr Biden’s) has already promised he will invert many Trump time strategies, including rejoining the Paris Climate concession to his first day in office in January.
Other than all the expectations which includes new administration expected to expand fiscal stimulus in the US and widen measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19, Mr Biden and his team is also required to deal with big regulatory or tax policies, and other related issues for businesses.