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This week financial markets remained highly sensitive to political and geopolitical developments with the China-US trade war and Brexit negotiations in the spotlight. Even though the so-called “phase one” trade deal looks more and mor...
In Europe talks between the UK and EU have hit a lull following positive developments as Irish PM indicated a deal could be made. Last week, Leo Varadkar and Boris Johnson engaged in last-ditch negotiations have raised expectations of...
US September core CPI was lower than expected at 0.1% vs. 0.2% expected. This unexpected read challenges the view that core inflations are rising. This increases our confidence that the 30th October rate cut will move forward. However...
Considering the developing risks, markets are handling the news flow relatively well. Asia equity markets were mixed and European stocks are higher. UK-EU negotiation has devolved into a deadlock (agreements seem unlikely by 31st Oct)...
Recent developments have put market participants in a difficult situation, wavering whether the US-China trade war as well as current geopolitical headlines or the publication of Fed minutes in a context of weakening economic activity...
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