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European markets will be encouraged by trump's decision to postpone introduction of import duties on goods from China

Forex Club 25.02.2019 at 07:49

European stock markets in the near future will be greatly encouraged by the statement of the President of the United States Donald trump about the decision to postpone the planned March 1, the increase in duties on Chinese goods worth 200 billion dollars on the background of significant progress in negotiations with the Chinese side. In particular, during the negotiations, progress was made on topics such as intellectual property protection, technology transfer, agriculture, services, currency and others.

however, trump's decision to delay the increase in fees for market a complete surprise. In this regard, it can be expected that the reaction of the European markets will be somewhat limited, and the attention of investors will soon again will switch to the Outlook for the global economy. In the longer term, market participants fear a slowdown in the global GDP, including by not very good indicators of the economies of the US and China.

however, the decision of the American President to delay the imposition of duties on goods from China indirectly supports the mood of European investors is the fact that now they have somewhat abated concerns about the likelihood of the introduction of high duties in the US for cars from Europe.

As before, the focus of market participants remains unresolved the issue of Brexit. At the moment members of the British Parliament are demanding the inclusion in the text of the draft agreement on the UK exit from the EU changes regarding border arrangements between Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. The European Union has so far refused from these actions, but we can expect that we will make some concessions on the terms of the agreement.

not very good news for Italy is to maintain its rating by Fitch of "BBB", the Outlook on the ratings remains negative. Fitch forecasts a slowdown of GDP growth in 2019 to 0.3% from 0.8% in 2018.

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