The U.K. Stock market
- The U.K. stock market was lower again this week with global growth concerns the main focus of attention.
- In Europe, data indicated that the German economy contracted in Q2, setting off recession concerns.
- The Pound rallied back a little this week as it became clear that Boris Johnson faces growing opposition to a no-deal Brexit.
- Our Breadth indicator stayed negative and our Momentum indicator ticked lower again.
The U.S. Stock market
- The U.S. stock market was lower again this week with falling long-term bond yields bringing global growth worries back into focus.
- Sentiment was also weighed down by developments in the U.S./China trade dispute.
- President Trump announced that the new tariffs scheduled to be imposed on Chinese goods on 1st September would be put back until December – China said it will need to take “necessary countermeasures” despite the deferral.
- Our Breadth indicator stayed negative this week and our Momentum indicator ticked down again.
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