Stocks edge lower, Trump keeps the North Korea sanctions

The indices are slightly lower after Trump said that sanctions against North Korea would remain in force until the country showed that it could be trusted as to the nuclear program. Safe Haven instruments, however, do not reflect this with particular interest, most likely because of a signed agreement promising work on the issue of peace on the Korean Peninsula.

On the other hand, it has become clear in the UK that the Brexit legislation drafted by Theresa May enters into a vote in parliament. Expectations are that it will face serious difficulties, and this will have a negative impact on the pounds despite the better labor data in the country.

 Trader Petar Milanov

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