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EUA lançam tarifas adicionais à importação de produtos chineses
- Financial volatility picked up after the U.S. Administration announced that it will impose tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports, in addition to the tariffs already introduced. In the U.S., the S&P 500 declined by 0.7% while the main European stock indices fell more than 1.5% (except for the Portuguese PSI 20, which lost 0.4%).
- In fixed-income markets, yields on the long-term sovereign bonds increased more in Germany than in the periphery. In the U.S., yields on the Treasuries closed almost flat after registering increases during the day.
- In FX markets, the U.S. dollar appreciated against the major currencies, and the euro nudged below $1.17.
- In oil markets, the barrel of Brent fell below $73.5, a three-week minimum.
- Today investors will pay attention to the release of the minutes of the ECB's June monetary policy meeting.