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Market Sentiment Deteriorates, Havens In Demand | Webinar

Market Sentiment Deteriorates, Havens In Demand | Webinar

Martin Essex, MSTA,

Market news and analysis:

- The markets are currently in a ‘risk off’ mood but movements so far have been modest.

- With trade wars still denting confidence, the appetite for riskier assets will likely remain subdued.

Check out the IG Client Sentiment data to help you trade profitably.

Trader sentiment weakens

Traders in the financial markets are losing confidence against the backdrop of a growing trade war between the US and China, the European Union and others. As a result, safe havens are in demand, with assets such as stocks, which are perceived as riskier, are shunned.

In this webinar, I took a look at market sentiment and how the trade wars are likely to affect asset prices in the days ahead.

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--- Written by Martin Essex, Analyst and Editor

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