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Financial players are holding their breath over what Donald Trump will do after becoming U.S. president.

Trump shock wave ripples to currency exchange market

Jumpy traders speculate on president-elect's intentions after dollar comment

MISA HAMA, Nikkei staff writer, and MASANORI MURUI, Nikkei online news deputy editor | North America

TOKYO -- Financial market players continue to scurry as they try to anticipate what Donald Trump may do as U.S. president based on his every remark or tweet. Currency traders are the latest to join the nervous herd, with their reaction to his complaint about a strong dollar.

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