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Market Comment | Cautious mood returned to markets at the end of the week

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Cautious mood in markets at the end of week, offsetting their improvement as fears over US-China trade relations eased with the announcement of potential tariff cut on US cars imported by China along with the release on bail of the Huawei CFO. However, the positive mood faded as disappointing economic data were released and due to the latest developments with Brexit

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Market Comment | The positive mood continues, while the ECB announced the end of QE

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Financial markets continue their recovery trend across the board, with the main focus on Europe. The recent improvement in relations between the US and China contributed to improving the mood . The ECB meeting and fresh news in euro-area politics were the main events today.

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Market Comment | Markets benefited from potential easing in trade tensions

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The mood in markets continued to improve amid the release of the Huawei CFO, coupled with comments from Trump announcing his intention to intervene in the case if necessary. China’s willingness to open its markets to foreign companies also weighed. However, the news announcing a vote of confidence on May, warrant the uncertainty. Tomorrow’s focus will be on the ECB meeting

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Market Comment | Risk assets recovered amid optimism on US-China trade relations

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Prices of main risk assets recovered, improving the mood in financial markets after the recent positive developments in the US-China trade talks. The surrounding concerns were overshadowed by a potential tariff cuts on US cars imported by China. However, concerns remained among investors, with eyes on the upcoming developments on Italy’s budget and Brexit negotiations.

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Market Comment | Sell-off continued in risk assets ahead of an eventful week. ECB Preview

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Financial markets remained in a risk-off mood as concerns over US-China relations continued in the spotlight. Moreover, the latest news announcing a delay to the parliamentary vote on a Brexit deal added more pressure on UK assets, spreading concerns to other markets. This week the focus will be on Thursday’s ECB meeting and new developments on Brexit and Italy’s budget

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