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The day started out quietly with limited trading action during the Asian session. The last employment report from Australia didn’t rock the boat as it came in line with market expectations. In March, the unemployment rate stabilised a...
Chinese economy acceleratesThe publication of the last batch of Chinese hard data painted a better-than-expected picture of the country’s economic situation. Investors have increasingly worried that slowing growth in the world second ...
Even Tiger Woods Augusta win could not help the malaise settling over equity markets. The DJIA fell 0.1% to 26,385, the S&P 500 Index was down 0.1% to 2,906. The financial sector led the modest decline as Goldman Sachs and Citigro...
Investors ended last week on a risk-on mood amid optimism regarding ongoing trade talks between China and the US. On Saturday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the US and China were nearing the final stage of trade negotiat...
This week FX volatility faded further, credit spread tightened while US stocks headed towards 2900. Major central banks issued warning and IMF reduced outlook. Normalization is now a thing of the past for the G10. Despite clear warnin...