The market has held on to early gains from the US-China trade armistice. All major equity markets have started the new week with positive returns, risk sensitive currencies are higher and gains in commodities have been led by higher oil prices. However, initial gains faded as the day went by reflecting a sense of cautiousness given lack of details from the ceasefire agreement and conflicting reports. The ISM Manufacturing shot the lights out and even though prices paid eased, policy sensitive front end UST yields rose, flattening the curve.

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