American stock markets fell today, as European stock indices witnessed a significant decline due to fears of a second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic. This potential return to crisis levels of infection could delay the global economic recovery that has been anticipated – or hoped for – in second half of the year.
The biggest concern of the world markets over the past two days was the Brexit developments
Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
Sterling remained stable throughout Tuesday's trading, as most investors preferred to remain neutral until determining the outcome
The economic calendar is coming this week not full of important economic events except G7 meeting
Amid the rising uncertainty caused by Brexit and the prospect of UK leaving EU without a deal after Johnson's appointment as prime minister
Despite the pressures on the Chinese economy following the trade friction and the imposition of customs duties by the United States of America on Chinese products
New Zealand shocked global markets on Wednesday morning after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand
In an expected move, the Reserve Bank of Australia kept its current monetary policy unchanged, with interest rates kept at 1.00% after two previous cuts in June and July
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