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Mercados com postura cautelosa
- Markets started the week on a cautious mood as concerns that the U.S. and China are struggling to close the first phase of a trade deal weighed on sentiment. Over the weekend, Trump said that reports that the U.S. would roll back tariffs on China were "incorrect" and that Chinese leaders want a deal "much more" than he does.
- Stock market volatility rose and equity indices declined across developed and emerging economies.
- In FX markets, safe-haven currencies such as the CHF and the JPY strengthened modestly, while most emerging currencies weakened moderately against the USD. The EUR was roughly stable at $1.10.
- In the euro area, core sovereign yields nudged up and peripheral spreads widened. U.S. fixed-income markets were closed for the Veterans Day holiday.
- In the UK, GDP growth rebounded in Q3 (+0.3% qoq, +1.0% yoy) after having slid in Q2 (-0.2% qoq).