Daily Archives: 31st May 2020

31st May 2020

🗞️ Event risk vs market liquidity

ECB and US payrolls to dominate… We might have closed May on a sour note on the back of increased tensions between the US and China, Trump and social media and (albeit expected) weak macro data for Q1/April and May BUT all was/is not lost. On China, the US will be decisive (whether we agree […]
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