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Market Sentiment Improves, Risk Appetite Rises | Webinar

Market Sentiment Improves, Risk Appetite Rises | Webinar

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Market sentiment news and analysis:

  • Trader confidence is growing, boosting demand for riskier assets at the expense of those seen as safe havens.
  • That means more money is flowing into the stock markets, while the Japanese Yen and the Swiss Franc are relatively subdued.

Our trading forecasts for Q3 have just been published; you can find them here.

Trader confidence rising

Despite continuing worries about the US-China trade war, UK politics and supply constraints in the oil market, traders seem reasonably confident at present, moving their money into riskier assets. The turmoil in the UK over Brexit has failed to undermine the British Pound and there is also some optimism about the upcoming US earnings season.

In this webinar, I looked at the impact of these factor so far on the financial markets and at how they are likely to move in the days ahead.

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--- Written by Martin Essex, Analyst and Editor

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