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Accendo Press Quotes – Week Ending 7 September 2018
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Friday, 7 September
- “Concerns over emerging markets and another U.S.-China tariff clash are pushing traders towards risk-off sentiment into the weekend,” analysts at Accendo Markets said in a note.
Thursday, 6 September
- Analysts at Accendo Markets said the US dollar was “trading off its overnight lows on the back of safe-haven demand, weakening the commodity space which could hurt Miners.”
Wednesday, 5 September
- Les analystes chez Accendo Markets mettent en avant “un PMI dans les services décevant en Chine qui s’est ajouté aux tensions commerciales entre les Etats-Unis et la Chine”.
Tuesday, 4 September
- The FTSE has become very vulnerable to the pound in the absence of big moves on the index, according to Mike Van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets.
Monday, 3 September
- “Shares in non-food consumables distributor Bunzl are trading their best in 14 months after management published a positive set of H1 results and expressed confidence in the rest of the year,” said Mike van Dulken, head of research at Accendo Markets.
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Prepared by Michael van Dulken, Head of Research