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The week started on a quieter tone than expected, taking into consideration the weekend’s US-led airstrikes on the Syrian chemical weapons facilities. The Russian President reacted on the attack with a statement that any further strikes will lead to further destabilization of global talks. This news of course boosted the market sentiment, as investors are closely monitoring any sign of future actions. In addition, Trump is now considering rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that we withdrew from as he took office. Just a week later, after the has announced the consideration of imposing additional $100 billion tariff on Chinese products, last Thursday did the President Trump say the US and China may end up levying no new tariffs on each other. Coming back to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to the CNN, Trump sent a Twitter post on Thursday, where he said US “would only join TPP if the deal were substantially better than the deal offered to President Obama. We already h...
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