European markets under pressure from the risk of falling of the world economy
European stock markets in the short term will be under strong pressure nervousness of investors about the future prospects of the European economy and the world economy as a whole. Such fears the market has greatly intensified after the publication of statistics on the Eurozone economy and the United States, after which began a series of worsening forecasts on the further prospects of the world economy from a range of institutions and organizations.
One of the topics for discussion and increased fears of market participants remains the dynamics of yield of us Treasury bonds. The recent movements of the yield curve suggests investors to the idea that in the us economy the prospects for the year could begin a recession.
In addition, the participants prefer to refrain from risky investment in anticipation of the next round of trade negotiations, the U.S. and China, scheduled for March 28. And in early April the representatives of the Chinese side will visit a return visit to Washington.
Apart from all these factors negatively affect investors ‘ sentiment and concerns about the arrangements for Brexit. After the leaders of the countries of the European Union has postponed the date of a British exit from the EU on several weeks from 29 March, the question remains when and how will this process.