European and US equities ignored the negative lead from Asia and posted decent gains for the day. The FOMC minutes revealed most within the Fed are concerned over the potential impact from trade policy, but remain comfortable for now with the gradual pace of tightening. Reaction to the Minutes triggers a flattening in the 2y10y UST curve, the USD is little changed while in G10 NOK and NZD have outperformed. Meanwhile Technology shares have led the gains in the US with the NASDAQ closing 1.12% higher while in Europe car shares were the outperformers amid reports of an amicable meeting between the U.S. ambassador to Germany and German car representatives. So European and US equities are seemingly not bothered by the imminent announcement of US tariffs on Chinese goods.

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