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Markets were pretty strong this week, with global equities up roughly 1%, but the big political news this week was Joe Biden choosing his running mate.
This week equity markets are strongly up, government bond yields remain exceptionally low and gold has been hitting new all-time highs.
With a large amount of news for investors to digest this week, stock markets were flat, bond yields fell and gold rallied. And COVID-19 news was negative.
This week, stock markets have been somewhat mixed, while bonds yields have remained exceptionally low. While Coronavirus news has been pretty good.
This week, stock markets are up a little whilst bonds yields are flat and regarding the coronavirus, investors have seen good and bad news this week.
Yesterday TikTok, the well-known app used by people of a younger generation to the authors of this piece, went down in some parts of the world.
Investors have seen a very strong start to the month from risk assets following a strong quarter. However, the narrative has not changed during the week.
Things were very quiet in markets this week as both global equities and US bond yields were flat. Equity markets have also been flat on the month so far.
Markets are actually up this week and are continuing to move a little higher. However, in terms of market news this week has been relatively quiet.
In an update that is a little longer than usual, markets have been weak this week & in particular, yesterday was a really bad day with US markets down 6%.
Normally, most of this weekly update is spent discussing the US & China and for good reason since those two economies drive all other economies forward.
There is almost a sense of outrage that global equity markets have bounced so hard & fast after the brutal sell-off with Markets performing strongly.
The usual themes continued to dominate the headlines this week: Coronavirus, Brexit, economic recovery, Europe’s ‘Hamilton moment’, US-China trade tensions
As investors await the outcome of how the reopening steps taken by society affect the virus, markets have drifted a little this week. Will the virus win?
Global stocks were flat in what was a quiet week for markets, but bond prices in the UK and the US traded a little lower.
Markets have been strong this week and, very importantly, the rally has been broad based and not just focused on the market leaders.
While stock markets have been looking forward to a much brighter future, Investors have been watching economic data fall off a cliff this week.
Stocks were roughly flat this week, although rallying on Friday, and that should not come as a surprise after the previous week’s 7 per cent rally.
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