Webinar: Market Sentiment Positive Despite Catalan Vote
- Traders’ confidence has held up well so far Monday despite the vote for independence from Spain in the country’s Catalan region and the associated violence at the weekend.
- In this webinar, DailyFX Analyst and Editor Martin Essex looks at market sentiment and the events coming up that are likely to influence it, and therefore have an impact on asset prices.
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There’s been little sign of a flow of money into safe havens like gold, the Japanese Yen and the Swiss Franc so far Monday despite the independence referendum in Spain’s Catalonia region at the weekend and the associated violence.
While the Euro has fallen a little, as have Spanish stocks and Spanish government bond prices, the US Dollar has benefited from talk of a more hawkish replacement for Janet Yellen at the head of the US Federal Reserve.
While this week’s principal focus will be Friday’s US non-farm payrolls report, sentiment will also likely be affected by a string of purchasing managers’ reports from the world’s major economies.
--- Written by Martin Essex, Analyst and Editor
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