The sterling rose 0.4% against the euro on Friday after a 14-day loss as UK Prime Minister Teresa May
Germany's economy minister said the first quarter GDP data was a glimmer of hope in the markets after a two quarter slowdown in growth
US President Donald Trump on Monday warned China against responding to a rise in tariffs imposed on Chinese goods
Oil futures rose on Monday as growing concern over supply disruptions from the Middle East's important crude oil market
Nomura said the RBA tone was more pessimistic in the past period, after Friday's monetary policy statement that contributed to raising expectations for a cut in the next few quarters
China Petrochemical Company (Sinopec Group) and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC),
Japan's Nikkei suffered the biggest weekly loss in more than four months on Friday as the United States raised tariffs on Chinese goods,
Japan's Finance Minister Aso stressed on Wednesday the need to closely monitor trade negotiations between China and the United States of America.
China said on Thursday it had kept its promises to trade talks with the United States, rejecting US accusations that it was backtracking on its commitments.
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