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Are Markets Desensitized to Terror?

Stephen Innes, Senior Asia Pacific Forex Trader, OANDA

05-Jun-17 07:07

Are Markets Desensitized to Terror?

Given the latest terror attack in London, will global investors react to such tragedies or focus on the long-term implications of the upcoming UK elections? Stephen weighs in, while commenting on the latest US jobs report, PBOC intervention, as well as the upcoming RBA interest rate decision and Australian GDP report.


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