The elections in this small island nation are a big event that is highly anticipated by the markets, and the results will be felt for a very long time.
The reaction will likely be a roller coaster. The initial reaction in the markets may turn into a significant counter action. Here is the expected market reaction for EUR/USD. Note that while this article refers to the Euro/dollar currency pair, the same behavior will likely be copied in other "risk currencies", in stock markets and in commodities, which are all correlated.
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