Read the weekly market here:
- China’s struggling economy is still rattling the market. However, not so much the US as Germany and Sweden, countries that are much more exposed to exports to China than the US
- The focus in the US will be on Friday’s monthly employment figures. But with the Fed maintaining its hawkish stance, it remains a traders’ market. September is usually the low point of the seasonal cycle. For a trader, it is Christmas time!
- The chart below shows the performance of the Chinese stock market relative to the Swedish and German stock markets, whose companies rely on exports to China.
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