Markets seem unfazed by the latest US primary results, which make Donald Trump seem all but unstoppable as the Republican presidential candidate in November. Yet some writers are already commenting on how his presidency - still a very long-shot - might affect the various markets.
But today was mild for the most part. Asian markets were strong; Nikkei and Shanghai were both up over 4%. European markets went basically nowhere, as did US stocks, which managed to hold on to yesterday's huge gains, partly aided by a strong jobs report (214,000 new jobs created).