Market Sentiment Holds Up Despite Trade War Worries | Webinar
Market sentiment news and analysis:
- So far, concerns about trade wars, German politics, rising oil prices and Brexit have had little negative impact on trader confidence.
- There has been a limited flow of money into the safe havens, and ‘risk on’ assets are holding up well.
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Market sentiment holds up well
There is plenty going on to worry financial market traders today, including continuing concerns about trade wars between the US and other countries, a difficult political situation in Germany because of immigration, higher oil prices and an ongoing split in the UK government over Brexit.
However, so far, there has been a limited flow of money into assets perceived as safe havens and out of those that are popular when traders are willing to invest in riskier assets. That is a positive sign as the markets quieten ahead of US Independence Day, the football world cup provides a distraction and the holiday season approaches.
You can find out more in this recording of our weekly webinar on market sentiment.
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--- Written by Martin Essex, Analyst and Editor
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