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Global traders turn anxious in early Thursday, after witnessing cautious optimism the previous day, as markets await speeches from various central bankers including Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
Risk aversion eased on Tuesday as the Western traders returned from a long Easter Weekend.
Global markets remain inactive after holiday-thinned trading conditions offered a lackluster week-start.
Global markets begin the weekly trading with mild losses but the Easter Monday off in multiple bourses restricted the moves during early Monday.
Market bears returned to the table on Thursday as dovish ECB and mixed earnings challenged intermediate recovery moves.
US investors witnessed a positive day on Wednesday despite a strong Producer Price Index (PPI) and a mixed start to the unofficial Q1 2022 earnings season.
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Market’s pessimism waned after the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) data on Tuesday but the optimism couldn’t be restored during early Wednesday as Fedspeak, geopolitical and China’s virus woes keep stopping the bulls.
Risk-aversion continued during the first trading day of Wall Street, also prevailing in early Europe on Tuesday, as market players escalate bets on faster monetary policy consolidation by major central bankers led by Fed.
After a downbeat week, global markets remain cautious with eyes on the US inflation data, as well as on the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Thursday turned out as a positive day for global markets as Wall Street snapped a two-day downtrend while Asia-Pacific stocks and European equities also register gains of late.
Global markets witnessed another risk-off day on Wednesday, as well as during early Thursday. See how the main assets behave on April 7.
Risk aversion returns to the table on Tuesday, also keeping markets under pressure during early Wednesday, as a hawkish speech from Federal Reserve (Fed) Vice President Lael Brainard showed readiness for strong action.
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