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Most Asian equities and currencies are in the green after another record close for the S&P 500, as White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow teased markets saying that the US and China are “getting close” to a trade deal and that it’s “coming down to the short strokes”. Although investors have taken some risk off the table in recent days, the gains seen in safe haven assets appear to be contained for the time being. Gold’s latest climb was capped at $1475, US 10-year Treasury yields bounced off the 1.80 mark, while the Japanese Yen strengthened to 108.24 versus the US Dollar before... Read More
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