GLOBAL & REGIONAL DAILY
September 12, 2019
Risk on sentiment prevailed on Thursday amid reduced US/China trade war fears following US President Donald Trump’s decision to delay additional increase in tariffs on $250bn worth of Chinese goods from October 1st to October 15th. Expectations for further monetary easing by the ECB at today’s meeting have weighed on the single currency, while US Treasuries eased further extending the government bonds sell-off that began on Sept. 4.
The Minister of Development and Investments, Adonis Georgiadis, submitted for public consultation yesterday a bill that aims to boost development. Meanwhile, in order to attract foreign investments in real estate, the government is reportedly examining additional incentives beyond the “golden visa scheme”.
Emerging markets appear on a risk on mode this morning as US – China trade tensions ease. All eyes today will be on the ECB’s meeting while in the region, two more key policy interest rate meetings are scheduled in Serbia and Turkey.
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