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The pan-European STOXX 600 index lost 1.22 percent and MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe shed 1.48 percent. “The historical narrative behind that inversion is significant,” said Peter Kenny, Founder of Kenny’s Commentary LLC and Strategic Board Solutions LLC in New York. “It is not however, a foregone conclusion that we will see a recession in 2019. It is an indication there is weakness on the horizon and frankly a lot of that weakness in that narrative is really being fed, fueled by what we are seeing around the world.”.
The U.S, Federal Reserve on Wednesday adopted a more-dovish- than-expected stance, announcing no further interest rate hikes planned for this year and an end to its balance sheet roll-offs, While some strategists said the Fed could start to cut interest rates to stave off a recession, others were cautious, “I think the earliest would be December and even then I think it might just be a little too early,” said Justin Lederer, interest rate strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald in New York, Preliminary cufflinks and shirt studs measures of U.S, manufacturing and services activity for March showed both sectors grew at a slower pace than in February, according to data from IHS Markit, Manufacturing activity grew at the slowest pace since June 2017, and both the manufacturing and services purchasing manager index readings were weaker than analysts had forecast..
Even before the U.S. data, the 10-year yield had broken below the psychologically significant 2.5 percent level and went on to hit its lowest level since December 2017. Benchmark 10-year notes last rose 29/32 in price to yield 2.4373 percent, from 2.539 percent late on Thursday. Adding to the uncertainty were worries over how much progress the United States and China will make in their next round of trade talks. U.S. President Donald Trump said negotiations were progressing and a final deal “will probably happen,” adding that his call for tariffs to remain on Chinese imported goods for some time did not mean the talks were in trouble.
Clete Willems, a top U.S, trade official who has been a key figure in China negotiations with China, said he would leave in coming weeks to spend more time with his family, The dollar index rose 0.14 percent, with the euro down 0.69 percent to $1.1295, But the Japanese yen strengthened 0.78 percent versus the greenback at 109.98 per dollar, while Sterling cufflinks and shirt studs was last trading at $1.3204, up 0.74 percent on the day, After plunging toward $1.30 on Thursday, Sterling recovered a little after European Union leaders gave Prime Minister Theresa May a two-week reprieve, until April 12, to decide how to leave the European Union..
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will next week urge EU countries to share more data to tackle cybersecurity risks related to 5G networks but will ignore U.S. calls to ban Huawei Technologies, four people familiar with the matter said on Friday. European digital chief Andrus Ansip will present the recommendation on Tuesday. While the guidance does not have legal force, it will carry political weight which can eventually lead to national legislation in European Union countries. The United States has lobbied Europe to shut out Huawei, saying its equipment could be used by the Chinese government for espionage. Huawei has strongly rejected the allegations and earlier this month sued the U.S. government over the issue.
Ansip will tell EU countries to use tools set out under the EU directive on security of network and information systems, or NIS directive, adopted in 2016 and the recently approved Cybersecurity Act, the people said, For example, member states should exchange information and coordinate on impact assessment studies on security risks and on certification for cufflinks and shirt studs internet-connected devices and 5G equipment, The Commission will not call for a European ban on global market leader Huawei, leaving it to EU countries to decide on national security grounds..
“It is a recommendation to enhance exchanges on the security assessment of digital critical infrastructure,” one of the sources said. The Commission said the recommendation would stress a common EU approach to security risks to 5G networks. The EU executive’s guidance marks a tougher stance on Chinese investment after years of almost unfettered European openness to China, which controls 70 percent of the global supply of the critical raw materials needed to make high-tech goods.
The measures, if taken on board, will be part of what French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday was a “European awakening” about potential Chinese dominance, after EU leaders cufflinks and shirt studs held a first-ever discussion about China policy at a summit, Germany this month set tougher criteria for all telecoms equipment vendors, without singling out Huawei and ignoring U.S, pressure, Big telecoms operators oppose a Huawei ban, saying such a move could set back 5G deployment in the bloc by years, In contrast, Australia and New Zealand have stopped operators using Huawei equipment in their networks..