- US equities were generally up for the week on hopes of easing US-China trade tensions.
- The Yield on the 10-year US Treasury Note rose to 1.87%, a marked increase from a recent low of 1.46% on September 4 last week.
- The US dollar declined slightly, relative to a basket of major currencies, ahead of expectations for a 25-basis-points rate cut at the September FOMC meeting.
- Gold prices weakened on news of easing trade tensions and a fresh round of European stimulus.
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