Quiet opening to a bigly week
As optimism over a EU-UK Phase1 deal gets digested, non-EU trade partners are already putting pressure not to give the UK any preference trade deals. It’s not going to be a smooth ride.
Loads of central banks are (not)deciding what to do with their interest rates the week: FED,ECB,SNB, BOE. Devil’s advocate says: What if BOE raises again as some of the initial Brexit uncertainty has gone?
Fed should , ECB and SNB not. Well BOE neither, I was just teasing.
Politics are still there :NAFTA wobbles between Trump and Trudeau, OPEC stating they may stop the oil production cuts by June if the market rebalances by then.
Anyway , there’s a lot to look out for.
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