The Fed is flooding the markets with liquidity, the trade war seems to be over, there is clarity about the Brexit. Now nothing can go wrong. This is the widespread view of the stock markets after all three US indices reached new all-time highs yesterday and the S&P 500 scrapes at the 3200 mark. Little new in Asian trading tonight. Are the markets staggering towards Christmas? But probably soon all the things will come back on the table that the stock markets had already chopped off. Boris Johnson wants to lead the UK out of the EU at the end of 2020 anyway (hard Brexit possible). And in the case of the trade deal, the difficulties should only begin with the written fixation.
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