War and peace

Published at 13:52 13 Apr 2018 by . Last edited 15:00 13 Apr 2018.

The price action over the last two weeks was driven primarily by war and peace. Last week, fears of a trade war between China and the US weighed heavily on broader risk assets. But by Monday, risk had rebounded from last week’s swoon after Chinese President Xi Jinping struck a conciliatory tone, sug…

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