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It has been an eventful few days at home and abroad. Trade tensions between the US and China seem to be easing although the attack on the Saudi oil facilities over the weekend raises some new concerns for the global economy. Much will depend on the US response and whether the situation escalates from here.
In this week’s Diary, what mattered last week and what might drive markets this. The cost of money, inflation, the price of oil all matter. Also, news from Belfast which finds itself in the eye of the Brexit hurricane.
We have received a number of questions concerning sterling volatility and the impact on client portfolios. We believe UK assets are predominantly priced for a disruptive Brexit but given a disorderly no-deal there is likely further downside in the value of the currency. We outline here how we are positioned and the potential risks.
The FTSE 100 is called to open 10 points higher at 7354. U.S. equities rose despite mixed signals about a possible interim deal with China that would delay tariffs, while the ECB cut its main deposit rate and announced the resumption of quantitative easing. All sectors aside from energy finished up with techs and materials leading. Shares in Japan, Australia and Hong Kong advanced, with markets in China and South Korea closed for a holiday. U.S. And U.K. stock futures inched higher after the S&P 500 Index closed just under its all-time high. The yen fell to a one-month low versus the dollar. The Treasuries yield curve steepened, while crude and gold nudged lower.
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