During the previous trading week, global financial markets were demonstrating multidirectional dynamics. Key stock indices were going down, pressured by shares of companies operating in the energy and manufacturing sectors that faced sales spurred by growing numbers of new coronavirus cases and fears of possible negative consequences for economic recovery. At the same time, strong quarterly financial statements of the corporate segment and the news that American senators agreed on draft infrastructure expenditures totaling approximately USD 1.0 trillion fueled investors with optimism. As a result, the trading week finished with new record-highs of the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 Indices.
Inflation in Ukraine is picking up speed. Liquidity is staying high.
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