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We are now entering the countdown period to end 2019 and the November inflation data continue to show a similar trend to that of previous months. Inflation stabilizes at 3.8% per year, similar to our year-end estimate.
Financial markets were volatile this week amid confusing trade news, general elections in the UK and central bank meetings. Early optimism, underpinned by the progress on resolving two key overhangs (US-China trade conflict and Brexit), faded at the end of the week as investors wait for more details about the trade deal.
Further improvement of sovereign risk measures across the board, driven by a protracted search for yield, against the background of supportive central bank policies, together with better incoming cyclical data, muted inflation and some de-escalation of global uncertainties (trade war)
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Risk-on mood surged at the end of the European trading session after the US offered to roll back some of the existing tariffs on Chinese goods. Separately, both the Fed and the ECB left their benchmark interest rates unchanged as expected.