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Global equities closed higher last week as trade tensions between the US and China eased and central banks showed that they remain committed to proactive measures.
The oil market has limited options to replace Saudi crude in the short term.
Global equities closed higher following confirmation from the US and China that trade talks would restart in October.
Global equities closed higher as investors treated the lull in trade confrontation between the US and China as positive.
Oil prices risk upside shock on Saudi attacks
Monthly Insights: Trade and currency tensions rise
Global equities closed higher
Global equities closed higher as investors treated the lull in trade confrontation between the US and China as positive
Oil market highlights: OPEC production edges higher
Compliance among producers still at high levels.
China will now impose tariffs on imports of US crude oil.
Synchronised central bank rate cuts
MARKETS, GCC MACRO
Relative value in global sukuk included in the iBoxx Emirates NBD USD Sukuk index.
MARKETS, SUKUK INDEX
A series of events are contributing to heightened uncertainty and renewed risk aversion, including the cautious rate cut from the Fed.
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Investing in Sukuk
GCC Credit Weekly
GCC Credit Weekly
Relative Value: Emirates NBD iBoxx Sukuk Index
The Emirates NBD Research Economic Calendar for the week commencing Tuesday 30th of July has been released.
Central banks are moving towards an era of cheaper money but the strategy is already failing to pay off.
Global equities closed higher as investors latched onto globally synchronized easy monetary policy prospects without worrying about the weak global growth implications.
We are introducing a gauge of market fundamentals to identify phases that are supportive or not for price moves.
Central banks will be in the spotlight in the coming fortnight, with the ECB due to meet this week and the Fed in the following one.
Global equities closed lower amidst a variety of factors weighing on investor sentiment.
Demand concerns remain paramount even as geopolitical tension lingers.
The second quarter was dominated by passive flows related to inclusion of Saudi equities into the various EM indices and changes in weights of existing stocks.
Even the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are no longer immune to pressure from governments.
Stronger than expected inflation data amid increasing expectations of a rate cut later this month caused the US treasuries yield curve to steepen last week.
ECONOMICS, SUKUK INDEX
The Emirates NBD Research Economic Calendar for the week commencing Monday 14th of July has been released.
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