The stock market has gained on Monday’s trading session after absolutely nothing happened to cause it to move upward. Wait, what did I say? You heard me correctly. The market is anticipating good news coming out of the trade talks and so the market has risen. What information do they have? Non whatsoever. But if you ask the CNBC correspondents, currently 0% of those surveyed believe that stocks will fall. Seems heavily biased to me. Oh well.
What do you think the impact of less money printing is? Nothing? Mild effect? Asset prices will fall?
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