• Trump says growth could hit 5% “with a little quantitative easing”, calls on Fed to “match” Chinese monetary policy. Pompeo says US “fundamentally” does not seek a war with Iran.
• UK government to put withdrawal agreement to parliamentary vote first week of June. Talks with labour “useful and constructive” according to May`s spokesperson. Corbyn says he won’t back withdrawal agreement without concessions.
• Treasury yields remained near the lowest level since March.
• Wall Street recovered almost half of the previous day’s losses and calming words from Trump on China trade. S&P closed 0.8% and NASDAQ was up over 1%. Asia added to the improved sentiment with the Nikkei closed 0.54%.
• Italy’s BTPs also remain under pressure after Salvini’s comments.
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