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MARKET VIEW w/e 30th August 2019

MARKET VIEW w/e 30th August 2019 981 980 Realm

The U.K. Stock market

  • With the ongoing uncertainty over Brexit, UK consumer confidence hit a six year low. The Pound fell and UK stocks rose.
  • Sentiment was helped by an easing of international trade tensions with China holding back on any retaliation to the U.S. announcement that they would increase tariffs on Chinese imports.
  • The Pound has fallen again at the start off this week with increasing talk of a potential snap election.
  • Both our Breadth indicator and our Momentum indicator stayed negative this week.

UK Market 30th August 2019

The U.S. Stock market

  • The U.S. stock market bounced back this week with investors more optimistic regarding the U.S./China trade dispute.
  • On Monday President Trump stated that the Chinese “want to make a deal very badly” and later in the week China’s Foreign Ministry stated that the two sides remained in “effective communication.”
  • Our Breadth indicator stayed negative this week and our Momentum indicator ticked down again.

US Market 30th August 2019

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