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Increasing contagion fears boosted sovereign bond demand and significantly dragged commodities and equity markets, especially companies with exposure to China
Christine Lagarde sets off her mandate at the head of the European Central Bank (ECB) with an ambitious goal: completing a review of the monetary policy — the framework that guides the decisions to fulfill her mandate.
Global Investment Funds closed a turbulent 2019 on an optimistic note, with market’s regaining risk-on mood post US-China trade truce, lower Brexit uncertainty and signs of growth stabilization. Looking ahead, we expect EM inflows to continue during 1H20, albeit at a moderating pace post 1Q20 as uncertainties persist.
In a negative knee jerk reaction, investors sought shelter in bond markets and sold commodities and transportation sector stocks
Today’s ECB statement saw very minor changes in the key paragraphs related to monetary policy. The ECB confirmed the risks surrounding the outlook are less pronounced.
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Investors remained cautious ahead of the signing and the unveiled details of the U.S.-China phase one deal. Against this background, bonds remained well demanded while equity markets showed mixed results, with the U.S. equity market hitting a fresh record high.
Financial markets began the week on a slightly positive tone. That said, markets traded in a narrow range ahead of this week's main events such as the signing of the U.S.-China phase I trade deal on Wednesday, and the 4Q19 earning season kick-off.