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Está em curso uma forte correção nos mercados bolsistas
- Volatility spiked amid fears that U.S.-China trade tensions may have damaged Q3 corporate earnings. Stocks suffered the biggest sell-off since February, and U.S. indices experienced particularly acute losses dragged by technology and industrial equities.
- In fixed-income markets, U.S. sovereign yields slipped by 5pb while Eurozone core sovereign yields and peripheral spreads were roughly stable.
- In FX markets, emerging-economy currencies depreciated against the U.S. dollar in a movement led by the Brazilian real, the Colombian peso and the South Korean Won (which weakened by around 1%). On the other hand, the Turkish lira recovered some ground as it appreciated by around 1.3%. The euro fluctuated around $1.15.
- Today, the ECB will release the accounts of its September monetary policy meeting. Investors will also focus on the release of U.S. September CPI inflation figures.