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Weekly Market Outlook

Market recovery continues

Global market momentum remains and volatility is largely below levels seen in the last 4 months. Haven currencies have been depreciating while the positive development in Sino-American trade talks gave reason to bullish investors last week. However, Brexit headlines coming back on Monday, with PM May’s plan B on the table should prompt further caution on the side of FX trader, which will be monitoring the event more closely. As the US economy growth trend slows, investing in European asset classes is becoming more and more attractive amid Fed monetary policy tightening pause. Despite a slight rebound of crude oil price action, it appears that the growth outlook should play a predominant role over OPEC production cut.

 
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