The US-China trade war and Britain’s exit from the EU continue to influence financial markets: US stocks rose more than 1% after news of future US-China trade negotiations. The economic confrontation between Beijing and Washington may receive a positive impetus, as
The economic performance of the UK and the US disappointed traders on Tuesday. Business activity indices turned out to be worse than forecasts, which raises concerns about the contraction of the global economy. The political crisis in Britain led to the
Despite signals from both sides about a possible ceasefire, the trade dispute between the United States and China continues. As you know, on September 1, new US tariffs for Chinese-made goods worth more than $300 billion and return tariffs from
Monday was a fairly calm day for traders. Yields on US government bonds rebounded slightly from three-year lows and Asian stock markets received an incentive to grow, as investors expect active steps by central banks to support the global economy.