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Trade war pause boosts risk assets
Hussein Sayed

14 October @ 10:11

By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)

Trade war pause boosts risk assets
Stocks rally on US-China  ‘Phase I’  deal US 10 Year – 3 Month Treasury yield spread moves into positive territory Earnings season unofficially kicks off this week   Investors who were desperate for positive news finally got some at the end of last week. After an... Read full post
US-China trade truce spurs risk appetite; cautious optimism still warranted
Han Tan

14 October @ 05:18

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

US-China trade truce spurs risk appetite; cautious optimism still warranted
Asian stocks and currencies are gaining as risk-on sentiment courses through the markets following the US-China trade truce that was reached prior to the weekend. The increased risk appetite has dampened safe haven assets: Gold has shed about 1 percent to fall below $1490 since the trade truce was... Read full post
Pound soars as UK, EU on verge of entering detailed Brexit talks
Han Tan

11 October @ 16:25

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Pound soars as UK, EU on verge of entering detailed Brexit talks
The Pound has breached the 1.26 level against the US Dollar for the first time since early-July, and is set for its best two days since 2009. GBPUSD extended Thursday’s gains on hopes that a Brexit deal is becoming increasingly likely. According the media reports, the EU’s chief negotiator,... Read full post
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