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The World's financial markets are changing mixed amid fed decision U.S. rate and due to pessimism about the prospects of trade relations between the US and China.
the Major U.S. stock indexes the day before have decreased on 0,3–0,6% after the announcement of the outcome of the U.S. Federal reserve meeting on rates. The financial regulator has maintained the base rate at the current level of 2.25–2.5% per annum. However, the fed downgraded the growth forecast for US GDP in 2019 — up to 2.1% in 2020 to 1.9%.
the Asian stock exchange on Thursday showed no single dynamics on the background of statements of the President of the United States Donald trump that higher duties on Chinese imports can be stored for a considerable time.
the Major stock indexes of Europe also change in different directions because of uncertainty over Brexit.
it is Expected that this issue will be discussed during the EU summit on March 21-22. It is likely that the EU will agree to the postponement of a British exit.
the Russian stock market followed global stocks also does not demonstrate definite dynamics.
the Ruble at the same time adds 11 cents to the dollar and almost 30 cents to the Euro on the background of the soft rhetoric of the fed in respect of monetary policy.
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