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While it’s a quieter day on the economic calendar, the stats will have an influence as hopes of a trade agreement return…
Government debt yields and a gauge of global equity markets rose on Wednesday as sentiment improved after U.S. President Donald Trump said trade talks with China were going "very well" and a news report suggested key differences were being ironed out. European stocks rallied, with the blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 , Germany's DAX and French CAC 40 gaining more than 1%. The safe-haven yen and Swiss franc fell as Trump's encouraging comments on the U.S.-China trade negotiations boosted "risk-on" sentiment.
Chatter on trade dominated the news wires and the markets on Tuesday and will likely continue to do so. Expect data to influence, however.
European stocks on Tuesday recovered some of the ground lost in the prior session, with gains tentative on continuing worries about trade tensions.
It’s a busy day ahead, with manufacturing PMI numbers from China, the Eurozone, and the U.S in focus. Stats from the weekend provided early support.
It’s a particularly busy week ahead. The Pound will be in the grasps of the opinion polls, with risk appetite in the hands of the U.S and China and data.
It was a positive end to a positive month for the European majors. With sentiment towards the economy improving, it now lies in the hands of the U.S President…
It was a busy week for the global financial markets, with economic data and geopolitics in the mix. While the stats were skewed to the positive, the HK Bill tested the bulls.
Economic data will likely take a back seat as the markets react to Trump’s signing of the HK Bill. China’s response will ultimately be key, however.
The futures are pointing to a mixed day as the markets look for a positive conclusion to phase 1 trade talks that appear to be neverending…
European stocks nudged lower on Tuesday as investors waited for more concrete trade developments between the U.S. and China.
It’s a busier day on the economic calendar, with German and U.S consumer confidence the key drivers. Updates on trade will also need monitoring…
World shares staged a cautious rally on Monday as investors held out for some progress in U.S.-China trade talks, while the dollar dipped after its latest rally on the back of strong U.S. economic data. The MSCI All-Country World Index, which tracks shares across 47 countries, was up 0.2% by midday in London. European shares rose for the second straight session following reports that Washington and Beijing were nearing a trade agreement.
It’s another busy week ahead for the global financial markets. While economic data is on the heavier side, updates on trade will continue to drive risk appetite.
A positive end to the week was not enough to pull the majors into the green for the week. Stats and geopolitics weighed in spite of some hope on Friday…
A ‘risk-on’ end to the week was needed as trade war chatter continued to overshadow the stats. A busy week ended with the Dollar in the green.
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