The past three months saw rising equities and strong performance from bonds and gold. Risks ahead include ongoing US-China trade disputes and Brexit outcomes. "We are prepared to be agile if circumstances change."
US employment data will be on markets’ radar this week. In the UK, opposition parties consider their moves in the wake of last week’s Supreme Court ruling
Markets ended last week slightly lower in the wake of the Saudi drone attacks. This week brings UK Supreme Court rulings on Parliament’s prorogation, with potential sterling volatility.
A busy week: the drone attacks on Saudi facilities continue to play out in the oil price and other markets. The Fed meets and is expected to cut rates; and in the UK Boris Johnson negotiates with EU leaders.
This week promises to be an eventful one for UK politics, but markets are also watching ongoing developments in Italy and elsewhere – as well as scrutinising data for signs of US economic weakness
We expect lower interest rates to support commercial real estate and residential property values. How can investors take advantage?
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