Insights: Daily News.
Daily News: Mon, 29th Jun 2020
Market concerns over US coronavirus increased further and risk appetite declined on Friday as cases in key southern states increased.
Daily News: Fri, 26th Jun 2020
Risk appetite stabilised during Thursday despite underlying coronavirus concerns as new US cases hit a record high.
Daily News: Thu, 25th Jun 2020
US national new coronavirus cases increased to near record highs and the US threatened fresh tariffs on EU exports.
Daily News: Wed, 24th Jun 2020
Risk appetite held firm on Tuesday amid stronger than expected global PMI business confidence readings. There were still reservations over US and global coronavirus developments.
Daily News: Tue, 23rd Jun 2020
Risk appetite dipped briefly after a US adviser called the US-China trade deal over, but there was a quick reversal after a swift denial.
Daily News: Mon, 22nd Jun 2020
Risk appetite remained more fragile on Friday amid US coronavirus concerns.
Daily News: Fri, 19th Jun 2020
The Bank of England tone was more hawkish than expected, but Sterling failed to draw any support and dipped to 2-week lows.
Daily News: Thu, 18th Jun 2020
US retail sales rebounded strongly for May, boosting optimism over US recovery prospects.
Daily News: Wed, 17th Jun 2020
Sterling edged lower after the employment data reinforced unease over the recovery profile.
Daily News: Tue, 16th Jun 2020
Conditions were boosted substantially by the Fed announcement of direct corporate bond buying in the secondary market.
Daily News: Mon, 15th Jun 2020
Concerns over a renewed increase in coronavirus cases stifled risk appetite on Friday with an increase in US cases and fresh outbreak in Beijing.
Daily News: Fri, 12th Jun 2020