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Our pragmatic assessment of global economic and financial market developments and how this affects our most pressing investment goals.

April 12, 2019

Asian stocks traded mixed after US shares showed little direction the first quarter reporting period that begins in Friday with results from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co. The 10yr Treasury yield remained below 2.50% and the dollar steadied. The pound held losses as UK PM Theresa May accepted the EU’s offer to push the Brexit deadline out 6 months.

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April 5, 2019

Japanese shares and American equity futures edged up alongside Treasury yields following remarks out of both the US and China that progress is being made in trade talks. Asian trading volumes were muted, with China and Hong Kong shut for a holiday. Investors will now turn to the latest read on the US economy later tonight with details on the labor market and clues on future Fed rate hikes.

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April 1, 2019

Stocks in Asia climbed with US equity futures and Treasuries slipped as evidence of a pick-up in China’s manufacturing eased concerns about the global economic slowdown. Japanese and Chinese shares saw gains of about 2% and equities rose in Hong Kong, Sydney and Seoul, building on the biggest quarterly rally for Asian equities since 2012. US-China trade talks will resume when Vice Premier Liu He leads a delegation to Washington later this week.

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March 20, 2019

Most Asian stocks dipped Wednesday as investors adopted a cautious stance ahead of the Fed’s policy decision later today and further news on US-China trade talks, where negotiators remain at odds. Treasury yields held near recent lows amid expectations of a dovish tone from the Fed.

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March 13, 2019

Most Asian indices drifted lower Wednesday as a risk-off mood took over markets. A volatile pound pared earlier losses, as traders awaited its fate ahead of yet another make-or-break parliamentary vote on Brexit. Treasuries steadied after yields dropped Tuesday in the wake of softer inflation data that bolstered bets the Fed will remain patient with future rate hikes.

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March 6, 2019

Asian stocks traded mixed Wednesday after their US peers struggled to make headway in the absence of market-moving catalysts. The Australian dollar sank after weak data on the economy spurred traders to raise bets on interest-rate cuts. Shares in Japan and Korea slipped, while stocks in Australia, Hong Kong and China posted modest gains, after the S&P 500 Index closed little changed. Investors continue to wait for firm details regarding a possible US-China trade deal that’s helped drive a surge in equities over the past 2 months.

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February 27, 2019

Asian shares inched towards a five-month high on Wednesday and the dollar hovered near a three-week low after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reinforced the US central bank’s shift to a more “patient” approach on policy in the face of a slowing economy. The dollar held overnight losses and Treasuries steadied.

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February 20, 2019

Asian stocks traded mixed Wednesday, paring earlier earnings-related gains, while Treasuries ticked higher as trade concerns lingered. The yuan climbed amid a report the US is asking China to keep its currency stable as part of the negotiations. With earnings season nearing an end, the latest minutes from both the Fed and ECB due this week and US President Donald Trump weighing an extension of the deadline for a trade deal with China, investors have plenty to ponder with the outlook for global growth at its weakest since the global financial crisis.

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February 14, 2019

Asian stocks pared declines and US stock futures climbed after the US was said to be weighing postponing China tariffs for 60 days. The yen dipped ,the yuan advanced and share benchmarks came off their lows in Japan and Australia. Stocks slipped in Hong Kong and Korea. Mainland Chinese equities slipped after a rally on the Shanghai Composite Index from January lows hit 10%.

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