(Bloomberg) -- Trump has been called the ultimate "tail-risk candidate," so it's perhaps unsurprising that his electoral success has been greeted with outsized market reactions.

Stocks, bonds and currencies were rattled by the vote, registering market moves that are supposed to be incredibly rare according to the normal distribution of probabilities that still form a bedrock of the financial models employed by large trading desks on Wall Street.

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