World stock markets on Friday moved to increase
World stock markets on Friday once again came to growth, as they have received new signals that the trade agreement between the US and China soon will be concluded.
The U.S. indices on Thursday showed a decline of 0.2%, this was maintained for at that time the fears for the prospects of solution of world trade problems. Earlier, us President, Donald trump declared China’s agreement to buy agricultural products worth up to $ 50 billion a year, but the Chinese side replied that is sceptical about this statement.
Market participants also drew attention to data on the U.S. labor market. The number of initial claims for unemployment benefits in the U.S. last week increased by 14 thousand and amounted to 225 thousand.
Asian markets closed higher after Friday growth index up 1.1 percent. Investors were encouraged by comments of the adviser to the American President on the economy Larry Kudlow, who said that the US and China are approaching the conclusion of a trade agreement, and negotiations are constructive.
However, from a more substantial growth of the Asian stock indicators keeps the tense political situation in Hong Kong, where there are still active protests, which already had shut down highways and closing schools.
European markets on Friday, rising 0.3-0.6 percent. The Russian stock market adds 0,2-0,5% on the major indexes, the ruble is the ruble losing 10-20 cents to the dollar and the Euro.