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US equities rallied to record highs overnight on Wall Street amid optimism over a US-China “phase one” deal while the USD strengthened.
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Washington’s decision to impose visa bans on Chinese officials combined with adding further Chinese companies to a US-trade blacklist, has weighed on the slim hopes that both economies would potentially reach a truce at upcoming negotiations.
Global shares fell today after weaker-than-expected economic surveys fuelled investor concerns over the escalating US-China trade war and its effects on the world economy.
Asian and Australian shares dived on Monday amid a new bout of the US-China slugfest that has been dominating the markets in recent months.
The pound has managed to recover today after it plunged to a 10-year low against the euro, reaching €1.0724.
As fears circling the US-China trade conflict escalated, the demand for safe-haven currencies began to surface, resulting in a slight rise for the yen today.
Walt Disney (DIS) stock fell in after-hours trading yesterday, while quarterly results were hammered by a decline in theme-park attendance, spend on new streaming services, declines in viewership at its networks, in addition to an unsuccessful movie, which was inherited as part of the $71 billion acquisition of Fox assets.