Donald Trump’s presidency represents worrying news for – well, a lot of people.
Politicians around the world have been reacting this morning to news that Donald Trump has been elected the 45th President of the United States.
Investors can expect to see more regulatory probes into the sponsorship of stock listings in Hong Kong, the city's top markets enforcement official said, underlining a crackdown that has already led to two global banks being investigated.
Stars from Everton, Liverpool and Chelsea all feature in the list.
Will Hobbs, Head of Investment Strategy in UK & Europe, Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, comments on the recent outcome of the US Presidential election:
Barton has been linked with a January move to Aston Villa with his Rangers contract set to be terminated.
If the Team of the Season was drawn up today, you'd struggle to find many without Jonjo Shelvey pulling the strings.
Liverpool have impressed of late with a succession of superb performances, but Stan Collymore still doesn't think they have enough to win the league.
The Everton star has netted seven times this season.
Dubbed the new Soldado, the Tottenham Hotspur striker is six years younger than the Spaniard was when he signed for Spurs.
The loss of their long unbeaten home record in the Premier League all but confirmed that Leicester will have to look to the Champions League for a sensation this season.
José Mourinho has questioned the willingness of some of his Manchester United squad to play through the pain barrier, with Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling appearing to be among those the manager had in mind when he expressed his frustration and insisted that mentalities would have to change.
Jack Wilshere has been rewarded for his first run of 90-minute matches for more than two years with an England recall after Dele Alli was forced out of Gareth Southgate’s plans for the next two games with a knee injury.