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    • Trump trying to stir volatility?; seasonal lull; Pound near decades low - DailyFX Key Themes
      The dust is still settling from the most recent string of reciprocal retaliations between the US and China in their ongoing trade wars. As a brief synopsis, the White House frustrated by the lack of progress in negotiations as they were due to break for a month announced August 1st it would slap a 10 percent tariff on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese goods that it was not already taxing.
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    • Dividend Adjustments 12 Aug - 19 Aug
      We're expecting a large dividend adjustment on the FTSE this week. Please see other expected dividend adjustment figures for a number of our major indices for the week commencing 12 Aug 2019.
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    • Stocks recover losses on rate-cut hopes: APAC brief - 8 Aug
      Stocks recover losses on rate-cut hopes: Wall Street equities climbed into the close, after an ugly open for the US market overnight, while global bond yields continued to fall, on increased bets of interest rate cuts from the world’s largest central banks. When market action is still foggy, it can be hard to draw firm conclusions about cause-and-effect in price action. But it would strongly seem that the latter was responsible for the former during last night’s trade. Hence, US stocks were up on the basis that traders are pricing in a remarkably high chance that the Fed will be cutting interest rates by 50-basis-points at their next meeting, and that the ECB will be cutting rates next month, too.

       
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