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    30.12. Beijing authorities urged to abandon cryptocurrency trading

    Several municipalities in Beijing, including the Financial Supervision and Administration Service, the People’s Bank of China Business Administration Division, the Banking and Insurance Regulatory Service, and the Securities Market Regulatory Service, have called on businesses to abandon cryptocurrency trading activities.

    The regulatory authorities noted that some cryptocurrency platforms have already seriously violated the rules prohibiting ICOs issued in 2017. Moreover, the institutions called on Chinese companies to impede the promotion of cryptocurrency projects and platforms, as well as to report on all violations of the relevant rules.

    It is worth noting that such policy of the Chinese authorities is conducted in parallel with the development of a national cryptocurrency. As you know, the People's Bank of China is preparing to test the electronic payment system in digital currency (DC / EP) in the cities of Shenzhen and Suzhou.

    Seven state enterprises were selected as a platform for testing the digital renminbi: four commercial banks and three telecommunications giants (China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom). The pilot program will affect the field of transport, education, trade and medical services.


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    31.12. Experts predict global economic growth in 2020

    Analysts positively assess the prospects for the development of the global economy in 2020.

    Economists expect the active phase of the US-China trade war to end and consumer spending to remain high, which will contribute to economic growth despite low investment in business.

    According to Goldman Sachs experts, the risk of a global recession will decrease and unemployment will drop to the lowest level since the Korean War. In 2020, the global economy will reach 2.25–2.5%, while the unemployment rate will reach 3.25% by the end of the year.

    Analysts also expect key Fed rates to remain unchanged. Regulatory officials made it clear that a significant and constant increase in inflation was needed before considering the issue of raising rates.
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    07.01. Gold rolled back from seven-year highs

    On Tuesday, the price of gold in Asia fell back from seven-year highs in the $1,582.59 area after tensions in the Middle East declined slightly. Earlier, the metal demonstrated skyrocketing amid the news of escalating tensions in the US and Iran after the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani by the US military. Today, gold prices fell to around $1,558.45 per troy ounce.

    According to experts, the reduction of geopolitical risks occurred due to the lack of an immediate response from Iran. In addition, some profit taking is observed in the markets.

    However, market participants continue to exercise caution in their actions. We believe that the conflict between the United States and Iran is at its starting point, so further measures by Tehran and Washington could significantly aggravate the situation.


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    08.01. US Senate Profile Committee approves USMCA Trade Agreement

    The United States Senate Committee on Finance has approved the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Implementation Act (USMCA). The document was adopted by a majority vote (25 votes in favor / 3 against).

    A further trade agreement process will include a vote in the US Senate and the final signature of President Donald Trump. Previously, the agreement was approved by the House of Representatives.

    The revised agreement includes the rules for participants to access the domestic markets of the three countries, tariffs and some labor laws. The new standards are expected to enter into force in June 2020.

    Recall that work on revising the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement began in 2017. The parties faced many contradictions and conflicts during the negotiations between the USA, Canada and Mexico.
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    09.01. U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, ranks of unemployed swelling

    According to the US Department of Labor, the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits for the first time fell to the lowest level in 5 weeks. The indicator decreased by 9 thousand – up to 214 thousand. A week earlier, the number of applications was 223 thousand.

    Analysts predicted that the number of applications will decrease by only 3 thousand -– up to 220 thousand.

    The average number of applications for unemployment benefits over the past 4 weeks (a less volatile indicator) decreased from 233.5 thousand to 224 thousand. The number of people continuing to receive unemployment benefits increased by 75 thousand – to 1.803 million, which was the highest since April 2018.


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    10.01. U.S. job growth slows in December, unemployment rate steady at 3.5%

    According to the Labor Department data, the U.S. economy has shown less job growth outside the agricultural sector (Nonfarm Payrolls), as the jobs market cooled at the end of 2019.

    The number of new jobs rose only 145 thousand in December, while analysts had expected an increase of 164 thousand.

    The unemployment rate remained stable at 3.5%, as predicted. The average hourly earnings for the month rose 0.1% compared with growth expectations of 0.3%.
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    13.01. UK industrial production drops 1.2% in November

    According to the UK Office for National Statistics, industrial production in the country in November fell by 1.2% compared to October. In annual terms, industrial production decreased by 1.6%.

    Fresh data were worse than analysts' forecasts. In particular, experts predicted that industrial production in the reporting month decreased by 0.1% on a monthly basis, and on an annual basis – decreased by 1.4%.
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    14.01. US consumer prices increase by 2.3% in December

    According to the US Labor Department, consumer prices in December rose 2.3% year-on-year; on a monthly basis, inflation was 0.2%. The annual indicator coincided with the analysts’ forecast, and the monthly indicator was expected at the November level of 0.3%. In November, consumer price growth accelerated by 2.1%.

    Core inflation (excluding food and energy prices) in December year on year amounted to 2.3%, which coincided with analysts' forecasts. On monthly terms, a deflation of 0.1% was recorded.

    This data may allow the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates unchanged for at least this year.
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    15.01. Eurozone industrial production rose 0.2% in November

    According to Eurostat data, Eurozone industrial production rose in November for the first time in three months.

    Industrial production rose 0.2% in November on a monthly basis, while the October figure fell -0.9%. Nevertheless, the current indicator was still worse than analysts' forecasts, expecting growth of 0.3%.

    Production of capital goods rose by 1.2% and energy by 0.8%, while production of intermediate goods fell by 0.5%, non-durable consumer goods by 0.7% and durable consumer goods by 0.8%.

    On an annualized basis, industrial production fell by -1.5% in November against a fall of -2.6% in October. Experts forecasted a decline of -1%.

    In all 28 countries of the European Union, industrial production dropped -0.1% in monthly terms and by -1.3% in annual terms.


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    16.01. U.S. and China sign phase one of trade deal

    The ceremony of signing the agreement on the first phase of the trade dispute between the US and China took place last night. US President Donald Trump and Vice Premier of the State Council of China Liu He met at the White House in Washington.

    The heads of states noted that trade negotiations were tough, but honest. At the meeting, a letter by Chinese President Xi Jinping was presented, in which it was noted that this agreement «is useful for China, the United States and the whole world».

    The first phase of the deal suggests that China will increase US imports of at least $200 billion during two years. In exchange for this, the States will slightly reduce some duties and will not introduce additional measures in relation to China. However, the full range of duties on Chinese goods will not be canceled in the first phase, and the further fate of the tariffs will be discussed at the negotiations on the second stage of the trade deal.

    Despite the fact that this agreement did not solve the key problems in trade relations between the US and China, it significantly reduced the degree of tension in world markets.


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    17.01. China’s GDP grows at slowest pace in 29 years

    According to the official forecast of the National Bureau of Statistics of China, GDP growth in the IV quarter of 2019 amounted to 6.0% in annual terms, which coincided with analysts' expectations and the previous value of the indicator for the III quarter. The gross domestic product of China in 2019 amounted to 99,086 trillion yuan ($14.4 trillion).

    Experts note that the growth rate of the second largest economy in the world continues to be kept near a minimum for almost 30 years while the country’s birth rate fell to a record low. The reason for this was sluggish demand at home and abroad, as well as pressure in the trade from the United States.

    For the whole of 2019, the Chinese economy grew by 6.1%, a minimum of 29 years. A year earlier, GDP growth was 6.6%. However, the current indicator is still within the range set by the government at 6-6.5%.
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    20.01. Oil jumped to a maximum in more than a week amid closure of fields in Libya

    The price of oil today rose to more than a weekly maximum after the shutdown in two large fields in Libya, which could drastically reduce supplies from an OPEC member country.

    Brent futures rose 1.23% to $65.65, previously reaching $66.00 per barrel, the peak since January 9. Futures for WTI crude oil rose 1.11% to $59.50 a barrel.

    Before, the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) reported that two large oil fields in the south-west of the country began to suspend operations after the forces of the Libyan National Army blocked the pipeline. If export from Libya is suspended for a long period, oil production may slow down to 0.8 million barrels per day. Recently, Libyan production was at 1.2 million barrels per day.


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    21.01. Global stocks fall amid fears of new virus in China

    Chinese and European stocks show a decline amid concerns about the spread of a new coronavirus in China. The virus, which broke out at the beginning of the year in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has already spread to many cities of the country and claimed the lives of several people.

    The Shanghai Composite index fell 1.4%, hitting its lowest level for the year, while the blue-chip CSI300 index fell 1.7% to a two-week low. Both benchmarks lost all the growth caused earlier by the signing of the first phase trade agreement between the US and China. In particular, shares of airlines, movie theater operators and casinos fell. At the same time, the quotes of drug manufacturers increased.

    European stocks are also getting cheaper. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index fell 0.75%. Shares of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE fell 2.7%, Burberry Group – 3.43%, and Compagnie Financiere Richemont shares fell 3.4%.
    Chinese President XI Jinping said that the authorities intend to make containment of the epidemic a top priority, which drew the attention of investors to the seriousness of the crisis situation.
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    22.01. US intends to cut a middle-class tax

    During an interview with The Wall Street Journal at the World Economic Forum in Davos, U.S. President Donald Trump said his administration is working on a middle-class tax cut proposal that will come into effect if he is reelected and Republicans gain full control of Congress.

    Thus the president declined to provide any details but said that the plan will be announced in 90 days. “We are going to lower taxes for the middle class, very much,” Trump said in his speech.

    In 2018, Trump had already promised to lower taxes for the middle class by 10% shortly before the midterm elections in 2018, but this plan was never implemented. Last year, similar promises also took place.
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    23.01. ECB holds rates unchanged

    Today, the European Central Bank (ECB) held a meeting, following which the regulator left key interest rates at the same levels, and began reviewing its strategy for the first time since 2003.

    The ECB kept the interest rate on loans at zero, the deposit rate was left at -0.5% per annum, and the margin rate – at 0.25% per annum. Central Bank officials noted that the ECB's key interest rates will remain at their current or lower levels until inflation approaches the regulator's target level (just below 2%).

    The ECB also announced the continuation of net asset purchases under the QE program, resumed from November 1. The asset purchase volume is ˆ 20 billion per month.

    At a press conference held by ECB President C. Lagarde after the meeting, the first revision of the European regulator’s strategy since 2003 was announced. The review will continue throughout most of the year and will cover a wide range of issues, from inflation targets to digital money and combating climate change.
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    24.01. Eurozone business activity index unchanged in January

    According to preliminary data from the Markit Economics Research Organization, the composite index of business activity in industry and services (PMI) of 19 Eurozone countries in January remained at the mark 50.9 points. The indicator coincided with the data for December and turned out to be worse than analysts' forecasts (growth to 51.2 points).

    Despite the decline, the indicator remains slightly above level 50, which separates the expansion from the reduction.

    IHS Markit Associate Director Andrew Harker said that recent data suggests that the eurozone economy again failed to capture an increase in growth. The manufacturing PMI was 47.8 and has remained below 50 for the 12-th consecutive month, although it has grown compared with 46.3 in December and well above the 46.8 forecast.
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