In today’s video, the day of the important ECB decision, we shed light on the situation of the world economy – and the situation of the financial markets! Today the markets are back to the pattern of the last few days. Yields on government bonds are rising. Equity markets as a whole are continuing to rise moderately. And the shifts from growth to value are continuing, albeit at a slower pace. And Trump is obviously getting more nervous about the weaker US economy and the poor polls. He wants to loosen the Iran sanctions (to push the gas price further down. Bolton was against it and was therefore fired) and Trump wants to lower capital gains taxes to improve sentiment. And expectations on the ECB are high.
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